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Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Apr 25, 2006 at 10:14

Is it any use to talk to muslims?

Is it any use to talk about muslims and islam?

Do the muslims understand our tolerant, mild, rational, factual language?

Do the muslims read what we write about them and their so-called religion and so-called culture?

Islam and honesty are incompatible because islam places faith in allah's manipulative wrath and the lure of an orgasmic paradise above honesty.

You cannnot talk reason with such people...

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