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One way to curb growth.

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Submitted by M. Levi (United States), May 27, 2004 at 19:46

One reason for Muslims population growth where average family size is 24 kids, produced through their polygamy which Islam allows them to do.

One smart move these Europeans can do is, implement their own laws of prohibition of multi-wives marriages. One man, one wife. That it. First wife is kosher. other ones are tarref. Their offsprings will be considered as Mammzers (illigitimate), and will not be recognized by the state. Can you imagime the social stigma for a Muslim for having 16 to 20 Mamzers in your family.
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