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Our dear Mohamed: Of Popes and neo-cons and the blame the dog defense

Reader comment on item: How Many Muslims in the United States?
in response to reader comment: Medieval Dark Ages still haunt the west

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 27, 2008 at 06:34

So what does your ranting about the Popes and the neo-cons have anything to do with the fact that Muslims in the US are less than 1% of the population and the claim by Muslims that following the 9/11 atrocity Americans were lining up to convert to Islam is a bogus claim

And I love this fact in the report: Hindus are the most educated and the wealthiest group in the country and Muslims have the largest families. I guess they are busy reading the Qur'an

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