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... the character of Jesus. I really do not get the point of why the violence was the focal point of the movie." Frankly, that was not ...
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... Phillippines and Sudan where 2 million Christians have been killed. Much of this Muslim violence can be traced back to bin Laden and the Al Qaeda training provided to ...
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