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Submitted by M-M (United Arab Emirates), Sep 29, 2008 at 03:28

sammy,

Your believe of tree should be judged by its fruits cannot be judged on a religion .A religion cannot be judged by its followers.I'd just like to say that a car cannot be judged by its driver!When a car is involved in an accident do we blame the car or the driver? Of course the driver. I think its very much common sense that religion and every aspect of life is life is manipulated by people!You cannot judge a religion by its practicers!

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