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Islam's history speaks for itself.

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Submitted by Rastaman (United States), Feb 28, 2006 at 09:52

... The majority of Muslims today prefer to live peaceful lives, yet ultimately they are still bound by the teachings of their "prophet", as to do otherwise is to fly in the face of Islamic law as laid down by Muhammad. The nation of Turkey is arguably the most liberal of the 57 Islamic states today, yet even Turkey will not rally against Islamic terrorism and help the West to defeat it. At best, Turkey attempts a neutral stance.

Islam demands that there be no religion except Islam, which is why there are 57 nations now under total Islamic religious rule. Go take a good look at any of these countries and their people and see how unhappy and angry they are. Most of them are underdeveloped and backwards with the vast majority of the populace living in poverty and squalor. This is the legacy of evil, not of good.
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