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shout from the tallest building

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Submitted by syed mohammad ali (India), Apr 29, 2007 at 13:26

hey ... why dont you shout from the tallest building of new york..and say khalil gibran school preaches radicalism ..it wont have effect on islam or muslims. we have seen that from 1400 years, nothing will happen. crusaders come and gone, islam is still spreading across the world .....you people also died of shouting, nothing will happen...............LONG LIVE ISLAMIC STATES LONG LIVE SHARIAH

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