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radical islam is stupid

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Submitted by ashka (United States), Feb 3, 2007 at 21:25

Getting involved in religion is for the naive, stupid, and young. Most of the old people who are Muslims are not strapping on bombs. It's just a big ego thing for kids. Hitler did the same thing, he got the kids to kill for him. Kids are stupid, they'll do anything if they think they can get extra points. Most of the terrorists, Imams, and radicals are under 60. They don't want to learn and grow old, they want to act like stupid idiots when they are young and get killed. What a big bunch of idiots.

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