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Submitted by Dawood Benatar (Spain), Jul 19, 2010 at 10:04

We shouldn't hate muslims that much, and keep wishing them bad. We shouldn't ridiculize them neither: If we look at history objectively, they didn't only contribute soundly to science, but what's even more important, they protected jewish lives in more than an occasion through the centuries -let's be objective about it-. We should instead love them and help them prosper, as that's the only thing that can help the world, as muslims account for 20% of humankind.

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