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How to Stop Islam

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Submitted by Biplab Pal (United States), Jan 8, 2003 at 16:09

Half of the Islamic population is illiterate and poor. They never know they are following backward Arabic culture in the name of following Islam.

I think all political parties in the west and India whould stop becoming politically correct and say nothing wrong following Islam as religion. We all must acknowldge that militant Islam is dangerous and pose much greater threat than nuclear bomb.
...Everybody of our time should know this.

-Biplab
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