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islam thinks the whole world belongs to allaha

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Submitted by phil Greend (Canada), Aug 31, 2007 at 19:15

The reason so many muslims are coming to the west is because they feel they own it. The muslims in Austraila said that they were more entitled to the country because they chose to go to Austraila.

In many countries the muslims are slowly introducing islam on to the culture, sometimes forcing these beliefs on others.

Is it paranoid of someone to say the immigration of muslims to the west is part of an invasion ?

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