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in response to reader comment: Ahmad's having a knee-jerk reaction without properly reading my post :D

Submitted by Ugri (Finland), Jan 4, 2010 at 02:54

".....then why is it a universally accepted fact that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world.If you want proof that can be given anytime." ("Ahmad")
Please furnish the 'proof' - (the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia))

I already showed you an article on Al-Jazeera (Sept 2009) that 16 million muslims are fleeing islam every year. And that's only North Africa. We haven't even counted the millions of Iranians that are dumping islam in droves. (Submitted by klew (United States), Jan 2, 2010 at 00:42)

Now here we have some really interesting statistics. I have always wondered at the claims of Islam's deluge-like advance, putting it under the label 'war is deceit', especially when no reliable numbers have been given. In my opinion the issue itself is of utmost importance and worth examining. I sincerely hope that someone among the readership well versed in data-mining techniques would undertake this mission. And contact Dr. Pipes for the results to be published.

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