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To AMK: What do you think of Ahmed's post?

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Submitted by N.K. (United States), Dec 4, 2005 at 09:24

Mr AMK: What do you think of the post of your brother in Islam, Ahmed who appears to take delight in your prophets bloodshed of non muslims. No wonder so many muslims danced in streets after watching 9/11. I guess that is what happens when you get brainwased to hate non muslims in every chapter of quran.Tthat is the reason there is a party in the house of a suicide bomber when he kills many innocents in Israel.
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