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Send your childern to Jamia Hafsa Madrassa in Islamabad , Pakistan to learn more about Islam .

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Submitted by Georgi (India), May 26, 2007 at 03:33

No Islamic Education should be allowed in USA.

If someone is very keen to learn more about Islam , Just get him a place in Jamia Hafsa Madrassa in Islamabad where Clerics of Lal Majid Mosque have taken hostage two Pakistani Policemen and are demanding the Islamic and Shariat Rule in Pakistan .

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