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Reluctant to offend ISLAM?

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Submitted by 4chris10s (China), Sep 28, 2008 at 22:20

That is one of our problems, we are reluctant to offend; we give every so called religion equal validity. So murder, dressed up as the beautiful Islam, is sanctioned. Lets start calling ISLAM what it is: ISLIES. Those who have left the "faith" of Islam did so because someone told them the truth ...

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