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Islam is the mirror of Arab's cruelty

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Submitted by Arab-dispraiser (Germany), Dec 30, 2009 at 15:03

The arabs and their religion can be anything then divine.

Islam's aggression and its pragmatism or let say its opportunism roots from arabs nomadic habits.

I have grown up in muslim society and learned about the religion but the more I learned the uglier it has become.

This religion is actually suitable for a cruel nomadic nations like those of arabs and turks, but for civilized and enlighted ppl. it would be a decline.

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