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Forcing religion on others

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Submitted by Ciacg (China), Oct 3, 2012 at 20:56

There are still protests continuing around the world because of a silly movie. I wonder if those who die believe that they have died to save the name of Mohamed. It is quite an interesting phenomenon and shows the exact opposite trend that technology and progress has made. In the Middle ages, it was acceptable to kill defending religion and now in 2012 Muslims still agree, while the rest of the world moved on long long ago. There are much more valid reasons for war then forcing religion on others.

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