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Submitted by gary (United States), Feb 10, 2006 at 18:06

dima,

dima, case in point. i will say whatever i like and i dont care if you like it or not and i know a lot about islam so dont assume you know what others think. mohammed is not my savior... i dont take orders from you and now i will be twice as harsh in any further comments. you moslems dont run the west and a person from a ... culture like yours will never tell me what to do. so stop trying to order people around because you cant.

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