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Submitted by Jose (United States), Mar 9, 2006 at 22:55

Hispanic converts to Islam!

Probably Puerto Ricans, and there are very few converts. Most Hispanic Americans ignore Islam. They could careless about Mohammed or Allah.

In Latin America (South of the Border) Islam is irrelevant. Latin America do not see Islam as a danger, because Muslims in Latin America would not dare to challenge Western and Christians values in the region.

There is a STOP sign for them in Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries South of Rio Grande.

They know better!
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