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Religious prejudice and unparalleled bigotry

Reader comment on: Islamic Speakers Bureau Backed By Radical Profs
in response to reader comment: Seperation od Church & State

Submitted by Tracy Jaggers (United States), Jun 3, 2009 10:24

I agree with this commentator who asked about Separation of Church and State. Where is the equity between Islam and Christianity. We are viewed by the Quran as infidels and we are told not to proselytize their people and yet their religious ideology to is to dominate the world and proselytize every human to Islam, other than probably Jews. Their hypocrisy is preposterous and sickening, at best!


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