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To prove the case, throw in the whole thing

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Submitted by Taimur Beg (United States), Jan 9, 2006 at 07:37

What's the point?

There are millions of uneducated superstitious Muslims in South Asia, for instance, who do a lot of things that are not even within Islam but they do it because of influences of Hinduism - these very people don't even have any imperial or fundamentalist or anti-Western designs. Are you going to post every story about *them* as well to prove how militant Islam is a danger?
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