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About Muslims, if there were ten good Nazis out of a million Nazis, you would still call the Nazis evil.

We don’t hate Muslims; we hate their deranged (crazy) belief system. People who follow a deranged belief system long enough are likely to become deranged. One example of deranged belief is the belief that a mass murderer, Muhammad, was a prophet of God.

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“Susie,” the woman in the photo below, is one of over ten million women, of all races and nationalities, burned with acid by “nonviolent,” “nonextremist,” “nonradical” Muslims in the last five years everywhere in the world in every country on earth.

“Susie,” 18, was burned on her face (her left eye dissolved) when a man whom she rejected for marriage poured acid on her. She has undergone plastic surgery 50 times.

This is one of the “mildest” photographs in our
Muslim Atrocities Photo Archives.

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Photo courtesy of private contributor.

{FD} State Department investigating injuries, deaths linked to alcohol consumption in Mexico

As cases continue to pile up showing U.S. citizens suffering injury, sexual assault or even death after drinking potentially tainted booze at Mexican resorts, the U.S. Office of Inspector General is taking another look at how the State Department is handling the ongoing deluge of vacation horror stories.

{FD} Mom accused of subjecting son to 323 hospital visits, 13 surgeries

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In Pakistani Mosque, Jaish-e-Muhammad Commander Calls For Jihad, Praises ‘Lovers Of The Prophet Muhammad, Who Built The Minarets Of Their Heads…’

Speaking at the Farooqia Mosque in the Pakistani city of Hyderabad, a commander of the Pakistani jihadi organization Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) praised the companions of Prophet Muhammad who sacrificed their lives for jihad, according to the Urdu-language weekly Haftroza Al-Qalam. ...


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