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muslims never talk ill of any prophets

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Submitted by julia (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 17:40

It took me a moment to stop laughing! Enemies of Islam cannot tolerate the tolerance of Islam? What kind of word salad is that? Tolerance is something that Islam has no concept of. Always showing to the world the arrogance and ignorance it permeates. They have no ability to identify with freedom because in its 1400-year history they have chosen to be blind-sided by a false prophet.

Reality check: All of Europe was not responsible for the Holocaust. WWII was fought to defeat idiots like you with the same state of mind as a moth to a flame (you derive satisfaction from violence). You say we wont have any peace on this earth with shallow minds like me? Well your bucket has a hole in it and your brain is oozing out.

The main problem with the Islamic religion is the NON-TOLERANT, IGNORANT, MURDEROUS, and HYPOCRITICAL SO-CALLED LEADERS you let teach you it's okay to be all of these things in the name of your GOD. My GOD doesn't instruct me to kill in his name. He instructs me to use my conscience to educate fools like you. MY GOD IS GREAT!

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