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No, the crosses would be destroyed now

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Mar 22, 2008 at 23:23

It means the crosses would be destroyed now, as the Cross is symbolic of the Son of God, which is an insult to Allah's followers (Allah has no son).

It absolutely disgusts me that the Saudi Consultative Council busies themselves with such maudlin self-absorbed rot while completely ignoring the lack of "respect for religion" which eminates from within their OWN religion and country.

THE epitomy of hypocrisy.

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