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Dhimmitude: how they treat Christians & Jews in Arabia?

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Submitted by RPaine (Australia), Nov 24, 2005 at 11:46

Absolutely, "racism" does not apply to Islam/Muslims, even though they would like to use this very powerful word to disarm, harm their enemy. False charges of racism should be a crime, for once the accusation has been cast the damage cannot be undone.

Why not treat muslims here the way they treat Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists (etc.) in their countries! Its called dhimmitude, the humiliation, killing and general control of ALL non-muslims.
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