'Churches should not be built in Isla...

'Churches should not be built in Islamic countries'

There are 2 comments on the Atlas Shrugs story from Jul 27, 2012, titled 'Churches should not be built in Islamic countries'. In it, Atlas Shrugs reports that:

"Former PM HH Sheikh Nasser Mohammad Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah on Thursday received a large number of prominent personalities who greeted him on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan in his palace in Shuwaikh" KUWAIT CITY, July 26: A group of Islamic preachers claimed that churches should not be built in Islamic countries particularly in the Arabian ... (more)

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Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#1 Jul 27, 2012
Western aid should not be given to Islamic countries. Next time there is an earthquake, flood or famine....call Saudi Arabia.
R_Kennedy_christ ian

Fayetteville, AR

#2 Jul 27, 2012
Yet they whine when we stop them from building their houses of terrorism/worship!!! If we cannot build church in Muslim countries, then likewise, no mosques here!!!!

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