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Submitted by Luis (Peru), Jul 13, 2010 at 00:04

Hey, why when Christianism, coming from the Judea province (Asia), replaced the Pagan religions in Europe, widespread and with thousands of years of history, or when europeans destroyed great civilizations in the Americas or in Black Africa it wasn't a "river of blood". In fact europeans killed millions in the name of Jesus... why is that acceptable? why is not acceptable the presence of muslims in Europe, while european people colonized lots of different territories and establish their people, their languages and their laws against the indigenous peoples?

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