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There is fire and brimstone in most religions, but

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Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Feb 28, 2006 at 17:48

Sarah, very well said - so true. But these people are on some sort of "holy crusade" and they will not listen to logic or reason, I used to reply here a while back till I found it was rather useless, the truth will prevail one day. ...

Anyway, just wanted to say how I loved your post. Wishing you the very best.
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