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==Дин һәм золым==
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[[Image:SiegeofAntioch.jpeg|thumb|The [[Crusades]] were a series of a military campaigns fought mainly between [[Christian]] [[Europe]] and [[Muslim]]s. Shown here is a battle scene from the [[First Crusade]]. They were inspired at the ''jihad'' of the Islam civilization. ]]
Richard Dawkins has stated that Stalin's atrocities were influenced not by atheism but by dogmatic [[Marxism]],<ref name='God_Delusion7'>{{Cite book| last = Dawkins | first = Richard | authorlink = Richard Dawkins | coauthors = | title = The God Delusion | publisher = Houghton Mifflin | date = 2006-09-18| location = Ch. 7| url = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_God_Delusion | doi = | id = | isbn = 978-0-618-68000-9 |ref=harv}}</ref> and concludes that while Stalin and Mao happened to be atheists, they did not do their deeds in the name of atheism.<ref>Interview with Richard Dawkins conducted by Stephen Sackur for BBC News 24’s HardTalk programme, July 24th 2007. [http://richarddawkins.net/article,1454,Richard-Dawkins-on-Hardtalk,BBC-Richard-Dawkins]</ref> On other occasions, Dawkins has replied to the argument that [[Adolf Hitler]] and Josef Stalin were antireligious with the response that Hitler and Stalin also grew moustaches, in an effort to show the argument as fallacious.<ref>[http://richarddawkins.net/articles/915 The Video: Bill O'Reilly Interviews Richard Dawkins]</ref> Instead, Dawkins argues in ''[[The God Delusion]]'' that "What matters is not whether Hitler and Stalin were atheists, but whether atheism systematically influences people to do bad things. There is not the smallest evidence that it does."<ref>{{Harvnb|Dawkins|2006|page=309}}</ref> D'Souza responds that an individual need not explicitly invoke atheism in committing atrocities if it is already implied in his worldview, as is the case in Marxism.<ref name="D'Souza 2">[http://catholiceducation.org/articles/apologetics/ap0214.htm Answering Atheist’s Arguments] Dinesh D'Souza</ref>
==Дин һәм канун==
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