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Reader comment on item: [Mosque Mischief and] Counting Mosques
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Submitted by Don D. (United States), Nov 20, 2005 at 00:05

i see this is fairly old list of comments, however i think it is better than a good idea to count mosques. the previous comment suggests satirically about how would christians like being lumped together with the their bad guys. i don't mind one bit. after all, christians do sin and are forgiven for their sins, not by me, but by God. The other thing is that christians do not go around blowing themselves up generally and beheading others that do not comply with 700 year old beliefs.

Call this brand of terrorism what it is, stop making excuses and appeasing the islamic terrorists. If you think that is all that goes on in mosques is family dinners and programs and the imam's sermon, then visit LauraMansfield.com and read about the other activities that go on there. also, do some research on the Koran and read some of the translations of verses. a good place to look is prophetofdoom.net. someone needs to keep track of what's up and if the counted ones do not like it, perhaps they should go home, you know, the place where beheadings, car bombs, suicide bombers, roadside ied's, and 700 year old islamic law rule. We are in a war for our lives and way of life. We must wake up while we still have our heads.

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