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babatunde, muslims are too self-absorbed to notice

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Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 22, 2006 at 17:03

"So when the Pope wants to talk about the violent in religion he should start with his own "

babatunde, the church has already apologised for the many crimes of the past. You as muslim are too self-absorbed to posses the humility to check your facts before speaking.

now, where are the muslim apologies for the people murdered in the name of islam?

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