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What is in the Koran?

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Submitted by Rowena Davidson (United States), Nov 20, 2004 at 07:35

One of the commentators said he believed that Islam is by nature "militant" and "fundamentalist" and I am confused. President George W. Bush told the American public that Islam is a peaceful religion. I find Bush words hard to believe when I hear that in most of the conflicts in the world right now, that one of the adversaries is of the Muslim religion. Maybe I am not politically
correct, but this kind of observation should be viewed seriously.
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