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why 1500 years

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Submitted by IOK (Libya), Feb 5, 2006 at 17:27

you only need to go back a couple of hundred years to be in the black ages. less than 200 years back you had to learn arabic to go to science school in the biggest universities in Europe. History will take its course, and only the truth and righteous will prevail. Muslims have left their religion a long time ago as have the christians. Its not about religion anymore. Its about a crazy world which is getting astray. I expect a 3rd world war very soon.
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