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Submitted by Kay (United Kingdom), Mar 1, 2006 at 07:24

what do u mean by "enslaved infidel sex slaves" ?!?

stop chatting rubbish, u are obviously making up lies now.

Also, yeah, only muslims are allowed in a certain holy part of Saudia Arabia, not ALL of it is restricted to non muslims.

What about places like Jerusalem where the Jews aren't letting muslims live in peace? Sure there is no law to prohibit muslims from entering the place, but the Jews over there are making there own laws. Laws that including killing and torturing the muslims both mentally and physically.

I rest my case.

Kay
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