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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Mar 19, 2008 at 11:26

The muslims built their so-called houses of prayer on the very places where formerly holy places of non-muslims stood.

Hence non-muslims must insist on building their prayer halls etc. in Makkah, Madinah etc., very near to the main muslim buildings there.

Actually a mosque is not a house of prayer. A mosque is a citadel of islamic totalitarianism, an embassy of arabic imperialism, often a den for islamo-fascists, a place for intimidating and manipulating human beings in the name of a so-called god, a room for indoctrinating gullible timid people to become mental slaves of a fascist-imperialist primitive arabic ideology.

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