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Tolerance of intolerance?

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Submitted by L Dixon (Thailand), Mar 30, 2008 at 10:05

What I know of Islam is very disturbing in that it encompasses many of the attributes of the fascist regime of Nazi Germany. Why has the world become so tolerant of an inherently intolerant religion who's objective is to annihilate any disbeliever? Islam should be treated in the same manner that it receives other religions or faiths.

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