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Submitted by Kyle (United States), Oct 23, 2008 at 17:47

From my studies, it is plain Islam is allowed to lie or cheat Infidels, as they have no rights under Sharia. So conclusively, it is ok for Muslims to lie and cheat, as long as they feel the victim is an Infidel. If I am wrong, please let me know.

That to me is ONE of the glaring differances between a true Christian and a true Muslim.

And opens a multitude of possibilities in this election in America.

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