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The death of Islam will be a tragic loss?

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Submitted by Terra Cotta Vase (United States), Dec 8, 2012 at 15:07

The author expounds on Islam' numerous failures and brutality and then says its death will be a tragic loss to the world. ... almost seems incomprehensible -- unless of course Rick House is afraid of the great surge of creativity and freedom that will blossom as a result.

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