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A religious crime?

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Submitted by Michael Elvin (United States), Dec 27, 2005 at 02:03

This crime of Nazeer Mohammed's is actually a fairly common one here in North Carolina. Every several weeks here you have a news story along the lines of "man kills wife, children and self."

What distinguishes Mr. Nazeer is only the failure to kill himself after killing his daughters. Please note that most often these crimes have been committed by Baptists and Methodists-- following the unspeakable ways of their tribes, no doubt.

Let's not pin this kind of thing on "the Moslems". It's not innate to their religion.
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