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A thought for Leah

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in response to reader comment: Islam is no less "evil" than Judaism and Christianity

Submitted by Serial Crusher (United States), Sep 2, 2006 at 03:38

Perhaps Islam is no less evil on paper than Christianity or Judaism. The argument should be that Islam is practiced more drastically and violently today than the other two religions. It is true that all three religions have contradictions and violent pasts. Today as a whole Islam has a higher percentage of violent intolerant actions. You are Jewish correct? You of all people should see this intolerance.

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