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Submitted by renaldi (Indonesia), Dec 1, 2008 at 06:57

in last sentences i read,,and i question what are the facts ( not just from reality you found but literally in hadiths and quran) that muslims want the non muslim and jews dead for no reason? in fact that, their living while muhammad still alive were guaranteed from murder, has same rights in trading and socialize with other as long as they (muslim, nasrani and jews) keep the agreement among them.

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