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They'll just sugar coat it.

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Submitted by Timothy (United States), Oct 6, 2006 at 11:53

I agree with donvan , let them teach the true history and ideoloy of Islam. Problem is that they won't. You know our Political Correctness will insist they sugar coat it and portray Mohamed as being more virtuous and loving than even Jesus. The bloody hands of Islam will be white washed and Christianity and Judaism will once again get slapped down and blamed for the crimes of moslems.

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