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Not so much a minority

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Submitted by EthanP (United States), Oct 2, 2012 at 18:34

I believe you underestimate the followers of Islam. While most Muslims may not be violent themselves, they certainly don't object to it. As to what they have planned for "us", just look at Detroit. Any country with 10% muslims is having serious problems. Check out what happening in Southern Thailand, where non Muslims are now forced to close their businesses to comply with Sharia.

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