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If Islam will be a small sect it will probably be banned

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Submitted by Andrea_B (Italy), Aug 29, 2007 at 14:22

But if Islam will be a small sect with 10.000 followers it will be probably banned in every country.
Because they are 1,250,000 millions, they are impossible to ban. But surely banning islam is the best choice because the kuran cointans too much violence, or , mr Pipes, maybe you are referring to suggest to Islamic people to "forget" the violent passages and keep only the peaceful parts of the Kuran.

But it seems impossible to do.

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