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Ban Koran?

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Submitted by janusz Kowalik (United States), Aug 29, 2007 at 13:52

Daniel Pipes is right again. Banning Islam would be ineffective and against our constitution.What we can do is prohibit any religious holy book of being used in public schools for indoctrination. I may point out that reading Old Testament one can get the same feeling of disgust as reading Koran. Both are rooted in ignorance and barbarity. I would support spending tax funds for special public lectures given by non-religious thinkers about the holy repulsive literature including Torah, bible and koran.


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