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Reader comment on item: Muslims Going Less to Mosques in Europe

Submitted by Ted (United States), Jul 12, 2010 at 23:18

Dear Dr Pipes:

The number of mosque going Muslims in western europe may or may not be decreasing but the number of people "who cannot be true muslims" is increasing every day. The latest sighting of these people (or sighting of their actions) happened in Uganda where they killed tens of unsuspecting and inocent soccer fans while they were watching world cup soccer final. Nothing much has happened in Uganda since Idi Amin. Now these people (who cannot be true muslims) have brought Uganda to the world map again.

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