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Extremists in many religions teach hate

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Submitted by B. A. Wilson (United States), Jul 1, 2007 at 12:28

Extremists in most, if not all, religions teach intolerance of other religions. Think of the Spanish Inquisition and "Christian Academies." It's unfortunate, but true. However, we don't have to financially support or even tolerate such teaching. Investigations and school closings should continue.

I wonder how many of the parents in these schools actually know what their children are being taught. I'm sure some are just hoping for a good education that includes lessons in their family religion.

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