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Rebuttal: Tautology, Not Oxymoron

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Submitted by Allan (United States), Nov 28, 2008 at 21:46

Islam requires that the "religion" be first; the state is subservient to "religion."

Fascism demands that the State be above all; religions are subservient.

Islamic Fascism is an oxymoron, like a yellow blackboard.

Islamic totalitarianism is a reality. (I prefer "totalitarian islam.")

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