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What is wrong with fundamentalist Islam

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Submitted by Agroo (India), Dec 24, 2004 at 11:05

I am an Indian and I know the face of fundamentalist Islam very well. Through out the history, from 700 A.D, Muslim raiders looted the riches of Indian lands, plundered whole civilisations , commited mass rape, and converted whole Indian peace-loving people into murdering Islamic fundamentalists. All these results in the creation of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

And there is no way to stop further bleeding of Indian people except to end this fundamentalist ideology.
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