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Game that "Westerners" play

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in response to reader comment: Spoken like a true Muslim

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), May 2, 2011 at 22:22

No you dont. And it is as simple as that. Neither do overwhelming amount of people commenting on this site.

Amazing how you can enjoy all the benefits of living in the UK, benefits that are results of a culture you have no regard for. And then even bring up the subject of hyprocrisy. Amazing.

Britain is secular state - no other religion EVER enjoyed these freedoms when Christianty ran supreme. And the worst sufferers were Jews.

Christianty WAS never the orginal religion of Europe anyways.

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