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Islam the motivation of terrorism (The quran, the hadith, and the sunnah)

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Submitted by Kelvan Kam (United States), Oct 24, 2006 at 18:52

In other words it was spread by the sword. The Catholics have done the same thing in the past. however most christians (including catholics) have got their Wake Up call since the renaissance and western enlightenment age ,while the Muslim world are still stuck in Muhammads traditions as they can't seem to adapt to the separation of mosque and state (Unfortunately). The Muhammadans are still living in stone age

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