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in response to reader comment: Re: Tariq's "Islam the religion of peace does not allow this"

Submitted by Erik (United States), Mar 16, 2006 at 14:27

hey dude,

just wanted to say that Hilter was most definetly not a Christian. He despised both Christianity and Judaism, however he commended Islam for having "the same goals." He was also obsessed with the occult and thought that he was a messiah to lead the world to a new order. Try this website http://freemasonrywatch.org/thenewage.html and if that doesn't please your appetite please just google "hilter and the occult" and you'll get your fill.

Thanks, take care.
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