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Reader comment on item: Not Child's Play: The Teddy-Bear Intifada
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Submitted by ab, from Germany (Germany), Dec 4, 2007 at 13:50

Don't wonder, Haven't you seen other English women (and only women) who converted to Moslim right after being freed from kidnapping? They all come out and surprise us by telling that Islam is Love and Peace, and therefore they have been converted Moslims. It looks like the Moslim men have discovered some secrets of the European women especially British women!

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