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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Feb 9, 2006 at 16:44

I think that more than we know, people are being used as pawns in somebody's political chess game. I'm sure that now that everyone knows how to incite Muslims all over the world, political parties can use this for their gain. Don't let yourselves be used by people with wicked intentions. By the way, have you noticed how the atheists keep talking down to the believers as if we're just poor, uninformed idiots? I don't see anyone ranking on the atheists in this forum. Just an observation.
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