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Muhammad Ali's "Beautiful Soul"

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Submitted by Behrouz Azarnia (Sweden), Dec 2, 2005 at 05:36

I'm a researcher and I've a good ability of understanding events and people. But I've never understood people who convert to Islam.

As an Iranian, I've witnessed the horrors of Islam and crimes and atrocities committed by mullahs in Iran. I've studied the Koran and have laughed at stupidity and futility of this scripture. It needs insanity, ignorance and a lack moral values to convert to Islam.

President Bush's misjudgement by honouring a bigot, racist and coward man
- Cassius Clay Muhammad Ali - is amazing.
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