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Is Islam really worth talking about?

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Submitted by elfin (Australia), Sep 22, 2010 at 21:36

One wonders about the reasons leaders of democracies defend Islam. It would pay them to ponder the words of Mr. Churchill, " Democracy is good for everyone except for itself." I myself am against "F451" , but tell me please, what do you do with something as muddled and incoherent as Koran. Surely, as far as I know, the Creator of billions upon billions of universes scattered all across the Eternity does not speak in such a language. And anyone who think He does, shoud himself consider if his own mind is really sound.

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