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terrorism comes from every religon

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Submitted by muslim (Qatar), Jun 26, 2009 at 04:32

You can't say it mainly comes from one, what is the point of a religon? To make peace, but people disobey it, then it creates problems. What will you say about the brtish who envaded Australia, they were mainly muslims, huh? What about Hitler convincing the germans to hate the jews, were they mostly muslim. What about Israel attacking Palastine, were most of the israel's muslims?

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