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>>Don't prejudge

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Submitted by Liv[e] (United States), May 1, 2007 at 14:20

I am not saying all Islamic people are good people, but I am saying that a majority of Muslims (especially in America, I would think) are. Most Muslims reject the idea of terrorism and aren't against America. All I am saying is that while there are bad Muslims out there, there are bad people of all races, and I don't believe we should EVER prejudge on the innocent in blame of those who are incorrect.

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