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The Religious Intolerance Of Christians

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Submitted by Ethne (United States), Jun 17, 2006 at 22:27

Christians are intolerant of any religion unlike their own, they try to change them into christians. The Saudi government is just as intolerant, so are christians angry because this government won't let them covert their people into christian. I do believe that all people deserve freedom of speech and religon, but should respect others as well and let them choose their own path without force.

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