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Submitted by donvan (United States), Nov 17, 2008 at 16:34

We must not judge people. We must, however, judge the acts of people, else why have laws at all? Does mythology justify hideous acts when the mythology allows, and even encourages, killing as religious duty. The composite mythology of "I'slam" relies on all "Mu'slams" to act out its narrative of a conquest-by -force doctrine. Individuals and organizations are justifiably suspicious of the agenda of Mu'slams, and ,by extension, Mu'slams themselves.

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