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Muslims: Our numbers MUST be bigger ......

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Submitted by warren raymond (Australia), Dec 25, 2006 at 17:28

That is the obsession behind this. They can't achieve anything in public life, they can't excel in arts or science or medicine or elsewhere, so at last they seek strength in numbers. That's the Mohammedan inferiority complex since the profit vilified the Jews in the Koran. And that won't change: The 'fastest growing religion' wil keep huffing and puffing, and it is left to us to prove them wrong and show them how ridiculous and childish they are, in the the hope that at least some of them come to their senses....

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