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What is a mosque really?

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Apr 5, 2010 at 07:51

A mosque is not a house of prayer.

A mosque is a training ground for islamic slavery and totalitarianism. A mosque is a citadel of islamic fascism and arrogance. A mosque is an embassy of arabic chauvinism and imperialism. Mosques are producing islamofascists in large numbers.

Islam teaches muslims that they are a separate, superior and supremacy-entitled supra-nation. Islam teaches that muslims alone have the right to own and control earthly goods and powers because allah is the only god and whoever does not accept him as such is a rebel against god who needs to be killed and allah will reward those muslims who kill such rebels.

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