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    • Jerimiah59
    • 15.11.11 | 15:44 (IST)

    Some Iranian guy comes up with an idea to encircle an Iranian nuclear site, so like sheep all head off in the same direction. That's the thing about Islam, they are all like brainless sheep. Go back as far as Mohammed, he's about the only one who's ever had a bright idea. He saw that the Christians had unity through the bible, so figured out his plan. He'd disappear for a while and camp up in a cave. After a while when folk were starting to forget him he puts in an appearance and comes out with a load of crap about speaking to god and all the supersticious tribes people believe him, so Mohammed sets in motion something unstoppable and now today we have 1.2 billion muslims in the world all behaving like sheep and following a religion that is a sham. A load of pretentious crap about Mohammed, who engineered his own greatness and now the 1.2 billion muslims revere him. What a load of nonsense.

    from the article: Iranian students form human shield near nuclear site amid fears of Israeli attack
    First published 13:15 15.11.11 | Last updated 13:15 15.11.11
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