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Submitted by SPCbowen (United States), Apr 9, 2004 at 02:47

I love how muslims try to make a democracy like the US conform to their beliefs, but if an american went to their homeland, that american would not be able to push the same agenda as the muslim in the US. Can you imagine an american in the middle east trying to push for the bible to be the highest authority? Muslims need to focus on bettering themselves before trying to do the same to "unbelievers". God will sort us out in our due time, but please you people who live by the sword, don't speed up the process of death.
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