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islam not a religion of peace

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Submitted by Nina niazi (United Kingdom), Feb 9, 2008 at 10:29

yeh so does that mean im going to get punished by GOd just by saying what i think?i bet that also makes ME A KAFFIR lol that is really funny! it is best not to argue with you. my friend ,it is people like you that are extremely brainwashed ,which at the end of the day we get bombings,and 9/11. The more us people support you muslims, the more endangered we will be! i suggest you go and read robert spencer (THE WORLDS MOST INTOLERANT RELIGION) , once you have read that,then i will put in the energy and reply back. otherwise there is no point. GOOD LUCK

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