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Why muslims do not say a word about Darfur case?

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Submitted by Angel (Indonesia), Jan 14, 2009 at 00:01

My question is, why muslims do not go to street to end Darfur genocide? Why they do not even say any word of the incident? This must be broadcast on TV or anywhere... to see if this horiible problem in Darfur, need to solve or not?

Muslim brotherhood seems only towork when they are against non muslim, while turning blind eyes toward their own muslim fellows

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