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hate can only be taught , kids don't hate

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 8, 2007 at 01:21

When you look at children of different races , colours , and religions playing together you notice they are playing together , not apart. Hate is taught to young people then and only then do they follow what they have been taught.

The muslim people wish to be thought of as nice , in order for that to happen , they must stop the hate teaching . Hate teaching leads to terrorism. If muslims wish to end terrrorism then they must put an end to this type of racist thought.

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