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Submitted by kafur (United Kingdom), Jan 30, 2011 at 13:58

THE REASON MUSLIMS MOVE TO ANY OTHER COUNTRY EXCEPT THEIR OWN IS TO SPREAD ISLAM (AS THE ... QRAN TELLS THEM TO).

THEY ARE TOLD TO LIVE ALONGSIDE THE HOSTS PEOPLE UNTIL THEY ARE ENOUGH TO MAKE JIHAD AND ISLAM MUST THEN RULE THAT COMMUNITY.

THERE IS NO OTHER REASON MUSLIMS COME HERE.... IT IS ONLY TO HOPE THAT THEY CAN ONE DAY LIVE WITH SHARIA BUT TAKE ALL THE NICE BITS OF A CIVILISED COMMUNITY AS WELL, THAT THEY WOULDNT GET IS (SAY) IRAN OR AFGHANISTAN.

THATS WHY THEY COME HERE.

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