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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Aug 15, 2009 at 08:10

Unless the non-muslims deal with muslims the way the muslims deal with the non-muslims the muslims will not learn about the foolishness, primitiveness or evilness of their ideology. Tolerance is never a good thing if practised towards an ideology (or religion) which definitely has long-term totalitarian intentions and goals. The most harmless muslim is an agent of islamic totalitarianism. He has no other choice but to be one. The muslim will react to this analysis with vehemence because he knows he has been exposed.

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