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The most hateful thing about Islam

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 18, 2010 at 17:09

Hi, dhimmi no more !

It was a very funny story about this Coptic "descendant" of Mohammed. ;)

>Again the ultimate victim is the one that does not realize that he is really a victim.<

How true ! This is the most hateful thing about Islam. It degrades and dehumanizes its followers and yet they don't notice that at all and are even proud of being degraded, dehumanized and de-rationalized !

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