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Does anyone say, too many churches in Saudi Arabia?

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Oct 7, 2007 at 00:09

Hello proud muslim,

I think you perhaps are missing the point. Here in America we don't allow so-called "christians" to abuse the system. We gave capital punishment to Timothy McVeigh. David Coresh was anihilated at Waco. These people were professed "christians" who twisted Christianity into evil; they were eliminated.

When any religion in the U.S.A. is found to be planning carnage and hiding arsenals in their basement, they are prosecuted according to the law.

Can you say the same for Muslim countries? Does anyone say in Saudi Arabia, too many churches? -JS

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