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A mosque is not a house of prayer

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Nov 30, 2009 at 17:51

A mosque is not a house of prayer. It is the citadel of islamic fascism, the embassy of arabic imperialism, the fortress of islamic monotheistic totalitarianism, the place where muslims are indoctrinated and intimidated into becoming fanatics, even killers, for islam and its goal of taking over the world and decimating and enslaving the non-muslims. Why do so many non-muslims remain naive or ignorant or careles about this? What must happen still for the non-muslims to wake up? The mosque is major factor in directing muslims towards the goal of world dominance, arrogance and ruthlessness towards non-muslims. Many mosques have functioned as arsenals for storing weapons also or for torturing boys to become fanatics or hideouts for terrorists. The muslim prayer is basically about gaining strength to do all this.

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