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Until US (NON muslim) stops occupy muslim land? Strange words

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Submitted by Lady (Indonesia), Jun 28, 2010 at 16:20

The word "Until US (plus non muslim) occupy muslim land", I think these words very funny. Because the fact that there is no NON MUSLIM people allow to grow their population in muslim land, not even allow to show their identity in muslim land. While there are millions muslims freely allowed to enter NON MUSLIM land, allowed to live and work peacefully in non muslim land... Even allow to grow their population, allow to build mosques.... also allow to use all benefits including protect by non muslim human right law... What a strange view of those muslim fanatic to twist such words to justify their action against non muslim?

The weakness of non muslim is allowing those muslim to take advantage of human right as protection in non muslim land, to strengthen the grow of muslim community. I guess, one day.... when too late, non muslims will have no choice and must surrender to islamic law, end the story.


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