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Why we don't like islam

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Submitted by Maria (Australia), Jan 29, 2010 at 06:48

it is so sad to see you Mohammed so cheated by the islamic religion. El Qaida and all his followers are carrying the true message of islam and not the modrate moslems. That is why the islamist do not consider them the real moslems.Ben Ladin is the true so called prophet Mohammed No 2 bombing and killing everywhere then say that it was Allah who told him to do that. Thanks to Ben Ladin that millions of moslems have awaken up to notice the violence of this religion and desert it so on this way God will save the moslem humanities.

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