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Muhammad was a man of violence

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Submitted by Andrew Martin (United Kingdom), Jun 4, 2007 at 05:28

Historically, it is really indisputable that the founder of Islam was a man of violence, not a man of peace. Islam is also an intolerant and oppressive religion which crushes dissent and criticism through violence and threats of violence. It is utterly shameful that those who are supposed to be our political leaders in the western democracies capitulate to the demands of those who support the spread of this...

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