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Submitted by susan (Italy), Dec 10, 2006 at 08:34

do you condemn also sharia? do you condemn also mistreatment of women in islam? do you condemn also the exaggerated requests of your fellow muslims in western lands (ie wearing a burka to PREVENT identification)? do you condemn also the mistreatment (at best) of non-muslims in muslim lands? ...

terrorism is nothing compared to the rest of fanaticism involved in islam. what do you say to the people of your own faith that openly say a muslim woman must not marry a dirty infidel?

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