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KORAN ENCOURAGING CONSPIRACY THEORIES ? UMM, AGAIN SUPERFICIAL

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Submitted by SMJ (Australia), Mar 26, 2010 at 15:33

How about the prevalence of conspiracy theories in the US and Europe ? The vast majority in these countries is not even religious, let alone Muslim or having any belief in Koran. Thanks to the media, there is, if anything, paranoia and hatred of these words in the west. If you believe in the public polls (let's be rational and scientific, you know), conducted by reputed international survey companies, then it might interest you to know that almost half of the New York city's population questioned in 2004 believed that the 9/11 attacks were either directly caused or allowed to happen by the US government. How do you relate that to your claim and theory of Koran? How about butchering of Jews throughout Europe and particularly in the pre- war Germany on the grounds that they were plotting to control the world? Were these paranoid Europeans Muslims or had any connection with Koranic teachings ? ...

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