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Resisting Islamic Law - re dogs

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Submitted by B McDonough (United States), Feb 20, 2008 at 23:55

Oh, yes - resist those with service dogs because the animal is so impure - Let's use one of those oh so sanitary camels instead.

I find Islam, with all it's rules and demarcations, to be just that: A wide boundary that is used to separate Muslims from infidels as a way of showing, in the Muslim's mind, how superior muslims are to the inferior non-believers. I find most of their invectives abusive and insulting to civilized people.

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