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Submitted by paul (Philippines), Apr 22, 2011 at 19:37

Muslims in Saudi would never be too stupid as to allow the construction of any churches or temples on the land of Muhammad. Doing so will only encourage non-muslims proselytizers to spread their chance of increasing the number of their followers while relatively weakening the influence of Islam in saudi. They are applying the right formula for the preservation of their deen. non-islamic prayers and preachings have to be done secretly in Saudi.

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