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Religion of Peace strikes again

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Submitted by Ted (United States), Sep 8, 2011 at 02:41

Dear Dr Pipes:

Today the religion of peace struck in New Delhi. This time 12 innocents were killed because the ROP patrons wanted to try to indimidate the Indian government into releasing a convicted murderer who several years ago had killed another set of innocents. This process never ends. The religion of peace is an equal opportunity killer. If the victim is a non-muslim, he is a Kafir and his life is worthless anyway. And if the victim of a random killing happens to be a muslim, he is sure to go to heaven. So either way it is a win-win situation.

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