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Keith Ellison and hypocrisy

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 10, 2011 at 06:08

Thank you Dr. Pipes and this is what Keith Ellison wrote:

>described me, and other Muslims who believe in liberal democracy,

Really? there are Muslims that believe in liberal democracy where Muslims and non Muslims are equal and women and men are equal and there is no shari3a law and no caliphate and where black people are not regarded by the likes of the Saudis as no more than 3abeed wa raqeeq (read this as slaves)?

But again Islamic hypocrisy has no limits

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