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islam is fastest growing religion

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Submitted by vanessa hollbury (United Kingdom), Jun 26, 2006 at 19:59

The reason Islam is the fastest growing religion is because it is satanic, quite clearly. and therefore wily and manipulative. Its evil is growing due to the hatred it engenders. It has the allure and sheen of a tempting devil, attracting those who have an inner rage. It plays on anger and fear encouraging torture of "others" be these women or non muslims. Frighteningly, these actions are construed as being "holy" as done in their God's name! Their hideous crimes, to appease their vengeful "God" are evil personified and only those caught in this madness cannot see how bestial they have become.

Other religions may have had their dark times too but this is 2006, we have moved on. Women have a right to dress, marry and make decisions as they wish. 9 year old girls should not have to marry old men or be stoned to death for adultery if they are raped. Tell me, is it "good" that drives these acts or "evil" , you tell me.

"Let he who is without sin, let him throw the first stone".

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