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Things we can and cannot live with

Reader comment on item: [Fixing] Islam's Image Problem

Submitted by Peter Herz (Taiwan), Jul 30, 2003 at 23:51

If Ismail Hooper prays and argues for an Islamicized America, I can live with it--provided he permits me the option of praying and arguing for an America that re-converts to Christianity, even to the point of allowing Muslims to accept my arguments and change religions.

But I will admit that I will not feel completely at ease with Islam until Arabian Christians may worship openly and unmolested in the heart of the city of Mekka.
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