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One who lived with muslims

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Submitted by Suryoyo (Sweden), Jan 13, 2004 at 22:00

One thing I learned from many muslims is that they see everyone other then muslim less human. I lived with muslims many years and I left MiddleEast few years ago, now I really enjoy freedom.
My people are called the Syriacs and the last big genocide "Armenian genocide" committed by muslims against them was during first world war since that the Syriacs are leaving middle East.
I do thank Mr Bush because he realised how things get fixed in that part of the world, democracy and human rights are words written just in dictionaries there.
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