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Submitted by Noah Wilk (United States), Dec 30, 2006 at 03:14

Nemo wrote:

"According to the UN, most poverty is in Africa and India and even China. The Middle East is relatively quite prosperous. However, from reading your posts and your soi-disant reasoning it is obvious that it is religious bias that is the motivation for the circular tautologies that comprise your posts...."

Perhaps you need to do a comparison of Western countries to Muslim countries. You will notice a severe lack of freedoms in Islamic countries, you will see genocide, you will see utter, fanatical intolerance. You will also see a much higher rate of unemployment, a much lower rate of literacy, and all sorts of other problems. Yes, there is more poverty in Africa than almost anywhere else, but many of those countries are MUSLIM countries where Muslims are destroying everything that exists and breeding poverty.

Good try. Better luck next time. ;-)

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