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How Muslims Think

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Jun 28, 2006 at 21:13

imra@netvision.net.il

The Pew poll says it all.

This is not stereotyping but honest truth.

If you go to the imra... internet address, you will get, at least once a week ,a poll on the feelings and beliefs of the Palestinians in general. By and large they represent the Muslim world.

They all "think" the same way. The result of the vast majority of all the polls is predictable and it always reflect aggression, anger, refusal to engage in a dialogue etc. Their intention is clear and obvious. Islam (read the Muslims want to dominate the human race. After this it is obvious that peace will reign. The majority of Muslim is "peaceful"!

It is as if their immersion in the Koran (imposed from "birth") prevents them from the ability of thinking. It is ONLY negative and emotional.

Apparently free thinking must be forbidden to Muslims

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