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The gentle Mohammedians

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Submitted by donvan (United States), Oct 10, 2006 at 13:48

If the Isreali is so smitten with the Mohammedian model of social organization, perhaps he would practice his craft in Saudi Arabia,or Iran. This glorification of Mohammedism with the implied acceptance of the treatment of women and forced conversions etc, is dishonest. Mohammedism was,is and will be advanced by the actual or threat of violence. The notion that Spain was a garden of toleration and christian kindness is intellectually dishonest....

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