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the muslim faith is not a peaceful religion

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Submitted by john newman (United States), Feb 21, 2008 at 16:51

The record should be set straight by simply reading the Q'oran. It is not a peaceful book. It is a blood thirsty book, the muslim people have for centuries been led by their leaders into believing that all other faiths are satan and should be destroyed, especially the jews. All you have to do is read the Q'oran. Have any of you, not muslims, actually read the Q'oran. Try it, you will be shocked.

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