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Ok lets see why dying...

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in response to reader comment: Islam just like budism, christianity is not worth dying for

Submitted by darko (Bulgaria), May 20, 2007 at 09:10

Have you ever wonder why the terorists from hamas and al kaeda feel like kiling themselves in a suicide bomb attacks?

Well, lets see why:

No beer, no discoteques, no playboy, no foot ball no basketball, no bookmakers, no lottery, no rolling stones ,50 cent, or madona.

No bikinis on the beach, No nudists beach, no short skirts, no high heels, no opened braws.

No Hamburgers, no bacon, no sausages no hot dogs, no barbeque no beer.

No shaving, and no depilated women.

How would that make you feel?

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