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Submitted by Kevin M (United States), Jul 17, 2006 at 06:54

"in fact killing an innocent being is opposed in Islam"

Might it not be a good idea, rather than to express such novel views here, but instead to enlighten the Saudi Mutawain and other so-called religious organizations within Islam who form the basis of Islamic doctrine worldwide today?

They most certainly hold the view that killing is a huge part of Islam!

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