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Submitted by James (United States), Jan 13, 2016 at 10:43

As much as I hope this article is true, I cant see this happening anytime soon. I can still see the US falling into the hands of islamic law. I still have many "educated" (tolerant brainwashed) friends that are still trying to call it a religion of peace. And just like other social issues, they are all about tolerance and letting the muslims have own laws here in the US, ignorantly not know it will affect them too!
Even elected officials are selling this propaganda.

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