Isam is the most dangerous 'faith' in...

Isam is the most dangerous 'faith' in the world

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Conway, AR

#1 Nov 26, 2013
Islam is very dangerous in many many ways. Don't forget, it was 'radical islam' that murdered almost three thousand civilians in less than two hours here in America on 9-11. Islam bombed Pan Am flight 103. Islam brought down Egypt Air flight 990, and several other passenger flights over the years that the government has either hid from the public, or they themselves were also deceived by the evil that has an evil eye for aviation incidents. Islam attacked the Americans in Beirut. Islam is a very REAL force in the world that is just as determined to fight against the Lord as the one-third of the angels were determined to turn against the Lord.....and His Truth!

Conway, AR

#2 Nov 26, 2013


#3 Nov 27, 2013
Doctor REALITY wrote:
you are clueless for real been around muslim how I wish I could land a muslim man around johannesburg! Nothing special like a circumcised man :-)
People call me am in johannesburg

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