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Submitted by Mike (Mauritius), Apr 2, 2008 at 04:00

What you are saying applies to yourself. Why should i follow YOUR point of view ? Enslave myself and my apologist ! You make me laugh. Maybe you are enslaved and you are trying to find your way out.

Anyway, whatever we say you will not agree because you regard Islam as a mortal ennemy, as you said. So if you want to voice your point of view, do it. But do not tell other people what they should do or think. We are free to do and think what we want. A bon entendeur salut !

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