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Submitted by Taj Ashaheed (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 01:33

No doubt Taheri-azar is off his rocker a bit, and it is funny how a person who has been reading the Quran for 3 years is now the poster child for islam-slammers, as if his is expert testimony about what the Quran says.
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I can't help but imagine that what is "feared" about Muslims popping their cork isn't too unlike a fear of my local postman, or teenagers who live in affluent suburbs with unattentive parents, or the priest with a playground on church property...

I wish we could be this prejudiced about government waste, racism, and poverty...
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