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Submitted by G.Vishvas (European Union), Jun 29, 2009 at 13:50

Those who believe in the kuran are naturally forced to believe in conspiracy theories. The kuran itself is written in a style as some kind of a grand revelation of a conspiracy against the supposedly one and only god, the arab tribal god allah. Mohammad, kuran, and the followers have a ultra-fertile imagination in this respect. Islam fails to keep its promises, and the culprits, in the minds of Mohammad and the muslims, are naturally the non-muslims. This is going on since 1400 years.

It is never the intention of a religion based on (supposed divine) revelations to make people rational, honest, relaxed and calm-minded. The very word revelation is intimately connected with manipulation of the simple-minded by some clever guys...

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