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Islam's biggest weakness is its disunity.

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Submitted by batya dagan (United States), Mar 31, 2011 at 22:12

It should not happen with a strong and respected leader.Obama, however, is none of the above , and this is why there is room to worry.

Muslims do not respect life and for them the loss of life is not a reason not to get into war big or small.The idea of killing infidels may even unite them for a while but not for long.They do want to spread Islam all over the world but they have no clue how strong the world is and how weak they are .Their biggest weakness is their disunity.

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