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History of Islam in Europe

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Submitted by truett harris (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 15:03

Janos Hunyadi,. This man understood what fighting the current brand of Islam requires. Were it not for him, we would all be dropping to our knees five times a day and facing the big black rock. Google this man and know that western civilazation exists due his fighting and defeating the warriors of Isalm. The muslims wanted to enslave Europe. Remember that the Saudis didn't abolish shavery until the 60's. Yes that's 1960 and the king who did it was thought to be progressive and modern.
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