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Religion's research,not the religious war

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Submitted by Ben (Russia), May 24, 2012 at 07:09

Readers' comments show me that the believers can't discuss Islam or any other religion from scientific sober point of view. I imagine the discussion of the Judaism by the same people! The believers turn all such discussions into the religious war. The world is tired of it. The victory over Islamism is possible just with the Muslims' neutrality,attained by force, maybe and their immigration limitations, I think.

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