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A wee bit over sensitive the muslims are !

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 2, 2007 at 14:36

Instead of worring about ice cream that looks like god or a shoe that says god , maybe the muslims should think about real problems of islam like the crushing poverty , the fact many can not read or write, the abuse of children in islam , the horrible treatment of women by muslims , multiple attacks of terrorism by islamic people , and the soul breaking repression of free speach and thought in all muslim countries. This is where muslims need to focus their thoughts and actions

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