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It is only a "religion of peace" in English sermons

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Submitted by fishydude (United States), Feb 14, 2009 at 23:39

An American woman went to a mosque to check it out. She was sitting in the back reading a book waiting. She was aloud to stay during the Arabic sermon because they saw a white woman and assumed she did not know or understand Arabic. But they were wrong.
She reported on the differences between the English and Arabic sermons after checking out many others. She found the same thing in virtually all mosques. The English sermon was the "peace" sermon. While the Arabic sermon was like she would expect to hear in Gaza. Full of hatred of "infidels."
You can bet that if this story was leaked before it was published, CAIR would have tried to use the courts to block it while good peaceful Muslims hunted down the infidel and committed an honor killing on her.

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