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Submitted by ahmadzafie (United States), Oct 12, 2007 at 21:06

After all, you are telling me that 1 billion muslims spread in 53+ muslim countries are willingly neglecting what the koran says? No, see in a lot of islamic country they still have this idea that islam has to be pushed or forced and no other faith are equal. In doing this the people make the koran look as if its condidicting itself. but its the people not all but enough and thats too many.

See many islamic countries are poor or ran by corrupted warlords that use violence on their own people. Forcing them not to be educated, freedom of speech, women rights none of these acts are true islamic acts. I bet if the people or citizens of many of these muslim countires were given to opportunity to better hemselves the would and adventually get rid of the crazy dictatorship.

Islam being banned????? never happen. you can't ban what been around since the first man. I know you going to ask how when islam came after judaisim and christianiy. Easy because even that all faiths have their own name. They all represent God and peace....that is islam....that is judaisim....that is chriatinity..that is buddhist....that is hindu...that is thoeism


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