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...Against the Wahabbi sect of Islam

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Submitted by Khairy Kamel Ghobrial (Egypt), Oct 23, 2002 at 19:39

The Qu"ran is contradictory in places. In Egypt, before the Saudi Wahabbi islamic invasion, the Christians lived in peace, held high rank posts, practiced their religion. But after President Sadat went to King Faisal in Saudi Arabia, and submitted to him, the Christians of Egypt {Copts} begin to suffer and were the victims of massacres, looting, burning of churches, expulsion from high posts in government etc...

So if we are going to fight terrorism, we have to fight the Wahhabi sect of Islam.
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