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excuse should not be a part of life at least when it comes to studies

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Submitted by josua (India), Feb 9, 2011 at 06:07

how can anybody concentrate on studies when he is thought about how strong is a commando how brave and great is the person killing him, how islam is better than any religion, how fall in love with a other religion girls to gain converts. i live in a country where muslim chiristian and buddhist are a minority. chiristians and buddhists do better than muslims under same conditions

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