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forced or not read the root of the case

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Submitted by Irving Weinsoff (United States), Apr 25, 2006 at 14:53

The root of the entire globalization of Islam lies in the Koran. It's not how you or I interprete the Koran. It's how Muslims interpret the Koran.

Three levels of the Koran: 1. Convert to Islam

2. Pay alms to Islam (as our govt pays money to Hamas)

3. Be murdered by the Terrorist Islamofacists.

This is the essence of Islam. Peace yes in the Koran, but only for believers or Muslims. everyone else is an infidel. The Buddists, and every other religion in the world is an infidel religion. This may take the entire world centuries to kill all those who believe that only their world view is correct and worth killing for.

If you haven't read the Koran read it. It's worth the trouble and knowledge you will gain. It will let you know when your leaders are weak and not up to date.

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