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So, why are more people converting to Islam in America?

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Submitted by Raayee (United States), Dec 15, 2005 at 19:11

So I read few of your articles above and I am not going to delve in the argument you started. I have one simple question: why are more people in the west and america are converting to Islam? It seems you and many other commentators like michael weiner do attack Islam every day many times in the hour. What is it about this religion that makes it the fastest spreading religion. Why aren't other religions, especially those mostly practiced in the europe and america spread as fast?

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