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your words don't mean peace... why?

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Submitted by amir (United States), Feb 2, 2010 at 00:37

I should refrain from taqiyya and you can continue doing that against anything about Islam. I'm not defending Islam here or criticizing West. I've no idea where did you get all this animosity between two great civilizations from? Unfortunately, it is people like yourself who are spreading misinformation amongst Muslims and Westerns to continue the bloodshed. Stop doing it and start preaching peace amongst ourselves. Thanks, when you say "peace", mean it too :) amir

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