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churches and synagogues are destroyed in muslim countries

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Submitted by susan (Italy), May 13, 2007 at 09:43

I am not even go line by line bringing you evidence of how many inaccuracies you wrote.

The churches in muslims countries are there either for tourists (maghreb, turkey) but they don't exist for the state and whenever they need fixing, the state doesn't give permission. They are like ghosts.

Then let's not even go there to the many churches burned down in indonesia or hindu temples falling for the same fate.

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