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if they don't like what you are saying they say you are 1. a racist 2. mistaken

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 3, 2007 at 22:19

This type of behavior , the saying one thing at one time then a different thing later is wrong. What is worse is calling the person who caught you a liar , or is crazy or is mistaken. There are some muslims who are preaching hate and supporting terrorism by their words.

If and only if the islamic people want to be thought of as good , they must be the ones who do this. When westerners try we get called racist or bigot . Good muslims must stop the bad muslims .

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