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It's clear and obvious what Ramadan is guilty of

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Submitted by Roosevelt's Disciple (United States), Jun 23, 2007 at 03:33

we're at war with islam. Ramadan gives aid and comfort to islam. therefore ramadan should not only be banned from the US, but prosecuted and imprisoned.

What would you have suggested we would have done to someone who donated money to a german or japanese organization during WW2?

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