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Submitted by Yunis (United Kingdom), Dec 24, 2010 at 06:39

Hi,

In answer to your question who I would hate more 'an atheist or a white Christian': neither unless one of them is a racist. It is my belief that Christianity, judaism and Hinduism condone racism while Islam is the only religion that explicitely prohibits it. Nevertheless, Europe is both racist AND atheist. Why has europe become an atheist continent: is it because they are more intelligent or more immoral?

Look forward to your reply.

Regards,

Yunis

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