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The Solution to Muslim's primitve squalor

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Submitted by Ralph C Whaley MD (United States), Feb 14, 2006 at 12:46

If the Muslims are ever to live as human beings they must abandon faith and embrace reason as their only means of knowledge and their means of surviving in the world. In light of their current fanatic dedication to faith their future is bleak. Their success in the past was due to embrace of Aristotelian ideas. Their abandonment of those ideas and the embrace of the mysticism of Muhammad is responsible for their present regression to savagery.
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