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Muslim terrorism

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Submitted by Ismail (Norway), Sep 8, 2009 at 13:24

Today we can see most of terrorist activities all over the world are muslims and some muslim leaders keep some people to attack others and try to make their will. i know this is a cheap work and all muslim brothers are only watching this they never raised their voices in protest. but in any part of world any muslim attack they become animals raised voices. So muslim is selfish to their religion and they love only muslims.

i know because i am one. bad activities this should be changed.

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