By Mohammed Tawfeeq, CNN
(CNN) - Thousands of government supporters demonstrated in at least five Shiite provinces in southern Iraq on Tuesday, opposing protests by thousands of people in mainly Sunni provinces that have gone on for more than two weeks.
The demonstrations highlight the country's sectarian tensions.
Current crises in Islam:
The Sunni-Shiite blood feud( Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Palestine) and the warmongering, womanizing (11 wives), hallucinating founder.
Stephen Hawking: 'There is no heaven' – Under God – The ...
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May 16, 2011 – There is no heaven... that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark,” Hawking told the Guardian.
I did a study and found almost all religious people forget they're religious and what it means to be religious the second they step out of their house of worship. My study also says that if your support any of the organized religions then you support the murders that have been done in their name. My study also found that most studies are full of s**t.
Since all atheists are liars their studies and comments must be seen to be totally lacking in credibility.
Since you are obviously a liar, as you could not possibly know that, the legal standard, "liar in one liar in all" applies to your crap.
thanks for providing proof positive for my statement.
Hey look another lying Christians, this makes 5 so far.
According to this stuy :it doesn't work.
Long-Awaited Medical Study Questions the Power of Prayer – New ...
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/31/health/31pray.html?pagewanted=alMar 31, 2006 – Prayers by strangers had no effect on the recovery of people who were undergoing heart surgery, a large study has found.
In fact, the study shows, it may harm people. The idea that praying to an all-powerful omniscient god does any good, and that it might change it's mind is ludicrous.
Thanks for reading study another study has someone in JAIL for trying to heal her daughter through prayer.
Click the report abuse link to get rid of this trash.
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