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Fundamental Christian VS Fundamental Muslim

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Submitted by Shinto (Canada), Sep 23, 2006 at 02:39

To be a fundamental Christian you would have to follow Christ's life to the LETTER. If you can do that. you'd be ONE popular guy world wide.

that would be a near impossibility and nowhere does Christ administer Violence in ANY form. ...But a fundamental Muslim is another story.
follow the life of Mohammed and all you will have is vengeance, war and lots of sex and thievery.

Why is it that Mohammed is allowed to steal? raiding caravans is steeling in anyone's book.

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