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There Is A Precedent For Banning Some Books, You Know.

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in response to reader comment: romesh chander i challenge you dare to ban quran in india

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Aug 30, 2007 at 22:52

B"H

It sure would be nice to see India, or any other country, ban the Koran. I would support it. And why not? The Saudo Arabian Wahabbi murderous thugs ban the Bible! These arrogant bullies, the source of much, if not most, of the Islamist hate teaching (see also here, and here) and terror funding, think they will one day rule the world, when all they are destined for is the dung heap of history. May it be soon!

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