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Are you kidding us?

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Submitted by Esperanza (Sweden), Jun 27, 2007 at 18:58

Are you really trying to tell us that becoming a Moslem makes people calm down? All indications are that the more moslem a person becomes, the more raging and hating he becomes. Sorry your argument simply does not compute.

As for the idea that the teachings of Christianity and Islam are in line, I suggest you consult your own holy book that repeatedly claims that Christian teachings are corrupted. Not sufficient hatred I guess.

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