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Pain, support and apathy

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jan 10, 2008 at 16:05

It is now Jan 2008. No, I will not take the time to decide or make a difference between regular islam and radical islam.

Not out of hate or ignorance on my part.

The amount of pain caused by islamists, the support the terrorists have from many many muslims and the silence of muslims not condemming terror is the reason.

Now I see islam as a whole as wrong.

I am sorry if that sounds racist or cold.

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