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Submitted by Wolfgang (United States), Dec 11, 2006 at 16:34

christianity is practically already banned in most muslim countries, why not ban them here? its the pope's job to protect christianity, and he's not doing it, well, he might be, but its going too slow.

just completely ban islam and lock up its followers... we banned polygamy in america, and it was far less dangerous the the world than ISLAM. we have banned many wrong things, so why not ban the worst of em all? ...

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