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Submitted by alicia (United States), Jun 25, 2008 at 13:40

Why does so many people try to change other's beliefs? I think it is wrong to inforce your religion on the next person. You should love all people the same way, in the end we all bleed red blood. I think if you truly love someone a marriage can work regardless of race, religion & etc. And your wife should be on your side not behind you. Some muslims make it sound as if their wives are slaves instead of your partner for life.

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