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I vote for nautilus.
I think konqueror is the most powerful, but I was sophisticated.
Most of the time I use nautilus
Have you ever seen an Asian guy here???
I am one of them.
The catholic started the crusade.
The mosul started the jihad.
The buddism have never started wars for their religion.
First of all, Truang An, you need to change this sig because it is inflammatory and this is not a religious forum in which to discuss your evangalism. Secondly, you need to visit http://www.berzinarchives.com/kalach...hala_long.html . Finally, you know that Buddhism doesn't have a central structure the way that The Church in Europe did during the time of the crusades, but it does have political leaders -- kings and emporers who are / were viewed as Buddha reborn. I'll make the case that when a man calling himself Buddha declares war on his neighbor, that's a Buddhist religious war.