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Our dear MrJJ and his bogus claim that islam is the "fastest spreading" religion in the US part deux

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in response to reader comment: Man i knew that you would definitely use word (BOGUS ) you can't complete your sentence without it.you are so Funny dhimmi no more

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 11, 2008 at 06:43

Oh let me see between 1990 and 2004 : the increase in adherents of the following religions is far ahead of islam that our dear MrJJ called the "fastest spreading" religion in the US

1. Hinduism an increase by 237%

2. Sikhism a 338% increase

3. Bahai' a 200% increase

4. Buddhism a 170% increase

5. New age a 200% increase

6. Native American religion a 119% increase

7. Deist a healthy 717% increase

Islam the religion of peace (sic)? It is only 109% and almost all of the increase is from immigration and making too many babies

So much for the fastest spreading religion in the US

... if you can believe that an Arabian deity called Allah spoke to a certain Arabian warlord and caravan raider you can believe anything including tablighee bogus claim that islam is the "fastest spreading" religion in the US. Shame


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