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Read the Koran?

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Submitted by Moshe (Israel), Jul 13, 2006 at 01:57

Should I read the Koran? For understanding how peaceful a religion Islam is? Do you indeed believe that the rest of the world are also dumb Muslim zombies? Are we indeed imbeciles of the kind we made you think that we are? People who cannot think and judge independently?

I for myself am a follower of "seeing is believing". And seeing what faithful Muslims are capable of doing in the name of their Koran, and how they are arguing to justify their inhuman crimes and atrocities, is sufficient ...

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