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Not ignorance at all, really

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Submitted by Garry (Australia), Jul 3, 2012 at 02:07

Ignorance would imply a lack of knowledge about the artifacts. They clearly know about the artifacts and their significance, and that is what drives them. That, and their teaching that Islam mandates the destruction of every other culture and religion. Why aren't we laying the blame for this sort of thing where it really belongs, at the feet of the imams who teach this sort of cultural superiority? It is Muslim teaching and ideology that brings this about.

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