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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Peaceful Islam?

Submitted by Mahommo (United Kingdom), Feb 3, 2006 at 17:08

So according to your twisted logic the size and scale of Islamic belief makes it 'right'?

The fact that it is still a smaller religion than Christianity and is less universally popular means that you will be soon be converting to Christianity then? Islam is the fastest GROWING religion - mainly because 90% of the world's poorest people are Muslim (and poor because of this backwards belief) and poor people tend to breed as they don't have much else to do. Hence the fact that it is the 'fastest growing religion'.

Being proud of bringing more beggars into the world for the West to feed is not something to be proud of. In the West, if we can't afford to raise a child we try not to have them. In the East, the poorer the family the more children you have. Who cares? It's the Infidels that feed them so why not? They'll grow up, burn a few flags, then go home and have some US Food Aid! Then curse the US for having the bad manners to feed them!

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