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can sword change the heart of the people?

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Submitted by syed mohammad ali (India), Apr 27, 2007 at 13:05

i just want to reply to mr- sword can change the heart of the people? . how come you said that ...and you all said that muslims are radicals. wow those who supress through sword can follow that effectively ....wow i never heard that. how could they . did all americans accept islam after 9/11, or grow more hatred towards muslims? lol this idiotic concept would never fit with sensible minds ....bye bye of being so foolish

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