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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), May 3, 2012 at 01:25

I note the statistics clearly show that nearly all these mass murders were committed by totalitarian regimes!

The only one which is a bit of a grey area would be Vietnam.

However, I note that all majority countries with the exception of maybe Indonesia recently and Pakistan at times, and Malaysia are run by dictators.

I also note, that you avoid the issue of Muslim ethnic cleaning that has happened with smaller numbers of victims yet many more instances.

South Sudan, Turkey expelling the Greeks, Cyprus, Indonesia with East Timor, West Papua, Bali, Christians in Lebanan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Bangladesh.

The historical mass murders by Muslims make the figures of the 20th century look like a joke.

90 million Hindus in India, 280 million Africans as a result of Muslim Slave trade, how many Jews were murdered to clear all Jews for Saudi Arabia?

The reason Muslim murder on non Muslims seem to have dropped off a little, is that Muslims have been much better for the last 150 years ...


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