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Submitted by Mark D (United States), Apr 14, 2014 at 21:42

I've seen posts, not necessarily on this thread, that basically follows this line of thinking: The Koran is evil because of its evil passages. Then so since Islam uses the Koran, Islam is evil, then since Muslims' religion is Islam, Muslims are evil. And that the Koran-Islam-Muslims bond is like a million diamonds strung together and then sheathed in titanium, nothing stronger. Many buy into this. Not me. It's not that simple. I am on Dr. Pipe's side on this one.

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