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Jews, turned Muslim

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Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Dec 13, 2006 at 03:04

Good job he managed to convert to Protestantism, in the end. Converts to Islam are the most dangerous, because they are the most likely to embrace terrorism. This is the classic example of what is going on. Cosmopolitanism means that we all get in the same box, we all melt into a big mix of peoples and ideas. This is how terrorism takes root in the West. Your kids could be converted at college. There are so many chances to meet people who will convert you to Islam in the West...........That is why I think cosmopolitanism is no good.

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