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Submitted by gernonimo (United States), Aug 10, 2009 at 22:57

Ovais said that Islam practices the concept of "to you belong your religion and to me mine". Wow. That is a concept we seldom hear. I guess the reason why there are so few Jews and Christians in Muslim nations is because the love of Muslims is so strong toward them that they give up their inferior religion and commit to Muhammad. This is so comforting. I can now forget all the facts of history and believe this.

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