Muslims do not cause all disasters, and they not murder the most people in the world.
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True, this is actually a good statement, but don't all disaster are either natural. Al-Qudia might be a strong terriosts, but how about other terroists?
"True, this is actually a good statement, but all disasters are either from humans or nature. Al-Qaeda might be a strong organization, but what about other terrorist groups?"
I'm not sure if that's what you exactly meant, but I'll go with it.
There really isn't much I can say about other terrorist organizations without looking them up. Many of them either work in other countries but don't do major attacks on the same level Al-Qaeda did in the past.
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Vote Placed by Ragnar 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro was hurt by not using sources (and was called out for it). Con went into an impossible one, and seemed to get pro to back down (I will not call it a concession, without seeing that actual word from pro). So yeah, convinced of nothing, but con made a case, pro did not. Spelling of course because con had to decode pro's words.
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