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Evil and inhuman

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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Oct 25, 2011 at 20:30

The moral imparative is to protect the freedom and dignity of the individual human person. When a system is tolerant of inhuman treatment of the individual person, that system is evil. So it is with Muhammedism. Muhammed and the system he engendered, subjects the individual person to inhuman treatment by those with power. Regardless of the confusing conflation of religion, culture, and politics, inhuman must be so called when we see it, we must not be silent. Female human beings are in enslavement, and I'slam permits it.

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