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Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), May 14, 2008 at 03:37

Samer Sukhun,

I find it sad if they did. I was hoping for more open information transport though I wonder what it was that it was halted.

"you can search youtube for converts in Islam, or women converts, or Occupied palestine, or the arabic dream"

I have found children drilled in the knwoledge of the Q'uran, 6 to 10 year olds preaching the Islam ways as Imans with almost war like posture(did remind me from the way Hitler did he's speaches and it didn't make me feel allright with it at all) I've heard and seen a woman in Hijab (I think it's called that) proffesing her faith saying it's allright and she feels better, yet I found some things also disturbing, sadly with youtube you can't mail them with questions...

"Also you can search yahoo or google for the words Mathematical miracle in the Quran, you will find very interesting powerpoint presentation about the number 19 and other things" I'll search for the number 19 within that contest... still playing with numbers do not create a miracle, just shows that someone had lots of time searching for something more or less special so he could say he found something, not adding a thing to what the book already holds.



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