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Most Muslims are not more bad than Christians.

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Submitted by Norah (United States), Jan 11, 2008 at 23:21

I appreciate the fact that you are finding errors in BOTH sides of religions. I really do. But the jihad verses you pointed out were used in context you see. At that time, Kafir rejected the belief of Islam because they prefered their idol gods the superior belief, and thus, shunned Islam and Muslims and declared war on them. The violent verses over here are used in context in favoring the Muslims. Most Muslims really are not dangerous. It really looks that way now because we only see extremist Muslims on t.v. and not the liberal and moderate Muslims.

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