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Submitted by john W. McGinley (United States), Jul 2, 2013 at 09:20

That was heavy duty stuff; but, for me at least, very informative. Your comparison between the Quran and the US Constitution is well taken. Realities are so much more real than foundational documents. that having been said it is unlikely that Islam will follow a path which which is sane.

More than likely, present day Islam will bring heartbreak and sorrow for most, both within Islam and out of Islam.


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