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Submitted by francoise (Australia), Jan 22, 2006 at 14:24

Anyone who thinks that Islam is a religion of peace should open the Koran and wade through ...for themselves. ...
If your God specifically requires these wicked deeds of you, it'd be rather insolent ( or downright dangerous!) to refuse, wouldn't it? ...

However, I will say this in their defence- they at least have an excuse , whereas Christians who rape and kill in the name of God have no excuse whatsoever, for the Founder of their faith explicitly commanded them to love their enemies and treat them kindly. He wasn't the first to teach this- it is a Buddhist doctrine. ...
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