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Why don't they go back to their own country?

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Submitted by Not a Muslim (United States), Dec 27, 2009 at 18:46

I was reading a book awhile back about Mohammed. The Sunni's and Shiite's can't even get along because of the death of one of Mohammed's son's centuries ago. They talk about America's sin but Mohammed was married to many wives and married very young girls that men in our country go to jail for called rape. So I can't, as a Christian, understand where they are coming from.

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