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Submitted by Michael (Egypt), Oct 21, 2010 at 08:06

I've read your comment. You want to know why Christians and Jews in Islamdom did not leave any tangible traces or history? Why didn't they write? Aske me; I'm a Christian living in an Islamic country.

The truth is very hard to believe, but it's true. Islam is like locust. It eats everything, and leaves nothing. Islam--in fact--is not a "hostile civilization" as many Westerners think these days; it is the antonym of civilization. Look at the map of the world and mark out the part Islam occupies: it is the black hole of our human experience.

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