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The muslims favourite excuse

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Submitted by Dinesh Patel (United States), Feb 16, 2006 at 11:37

Whenever an atrocity is carried out by muslims, all muslims try and find a remote case by a few stupid 'so-called' Christians in America to compare it to.

It is their favourite getout clause for everything. Even if it a global thing verses a handful of people they still use it!

Since 9/11 the IRA is a favourite topic of talk about terrorism for muslims.
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