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Religion over Science

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Submitted by Lisa D (United States), Feb 11, 2021 at 12:35

For as long as all the poor and oppressed people in the Middle East and Africa continue to blame others for their failed societies and for as long as they continue to place religious fanaticism over science, and petty tribalism over national cohesion, there will be the same cycle of disfunction and poverty. We, in the West, have our own problems that we have to solve ourselves. Why should we carry that extra weight upon our shoulders?

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