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A simple message to any student, of any age

Reader comment on: Islamic Speakers Bureau Backed By Radical Profs

Submitted by felsen_stark (United States), Jun 2, 2009 23:13

If you must learn about Islam, which is mainly a corrupt political ideology, never be instructed by a Muslim or an apologist. Never! Learn from a knowledgeable ex-Muslim, a seasoned anti-jihadist or from a clergyman who has been in the mission trenches in an Islamic controlled country. That is the difference between indoctrination and a valuable education.


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