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Islam and the Koran

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Submitted by Tellis (Australia), Jan 19, 2006 at 19:43

How will the Dictators of today allow Islam to change Islam and the Dictators and Mullah's need the poverty and turmoil the tribal sectarian wars to exist, and they have worked out how stupid our leaders and the left wing movements and the Criminals in the UN. Muslims use western civil rights and weak laws to spread like a cancer is there any where in the world where Muslims have not infiltrated they country and its infrastructure even I with no education can see what the ...mass funding by Arab oil is up too what their agenda is. i think it's a fantasy for Islamic world rule,OR IS IT?
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