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A little analogy

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Submitted by Ray Daniels (Thailand), Mar 6, 2006 at 04:17

Part of the problem here the West's vision of Muslims as all the same, where that's not how they see themselves at all.

Imagine a superpower walked into a southern state during the height of segregation an anounced segregation was over. How do you think the good 'ole boys would take that? Now imagine both sides have automatic weapons.

As for muslim violence against muslims, during the race riots, black Americans looted the businesses of black Americans.

Black Americans, white Americans, they're both Christians, right?
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