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What about the U.S. Chistian soldiers

Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Don't hate muslims..hate the terrorists

Submitted by Eric Friel (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 17:52

America is a country based on freedom of religion. And I would die to keep it that way. But what does Islam have to say about the thousands of Christain soldiers, Marines, Sailors, and airman who died for Muslims so that they can be free, and make their pilgrimiges to Mecca. Will they simply go to hell, and that be the end of it. I question that as of right now?
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