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taqiyya - the key pillar of islam

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Submitted by m mccalla (United States), Jun 22, 2016 at 11:55

Islam is political period - the goal is money and power. If we value
the freedom our founders and military fought and died for BE WARY of
the smooth talking snakes - watch what they DO- file away what they say.
Learn the real history of Islam and the real reasons wars were fought against it
in the past. Question, do not blindly accept the bought propaganda of some of
our officials. Do not take our freedoms for granite.

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