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A people are judged by their actions.

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam
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Submitted by Krista (Canada), Mar 9, 2008 at 16:37

Books can be used to justify good or evil.

Where is the OUTRAGE by the "silent majority" when Muslims, in the name of Allah, slit throats of journalists, behead school girls, shoot a nun in the back, shoot a pregnant mother along with her four young children, shoot students while they are studying Torah, shoot children running from a burning building, stab a filmmaker in the chest, stone rape victims, hang homosexuals, fire bomb cars, riot and bomb buses, trains, planes, restaurants, resorts, caf├ęs, hotels, mosques, churches, synagogues, temples, schools, embassies and very tall buildings ALL OVER THE WORLD….

Where is the OUTRAGE when these heinous crimes are committed in the name of ALLAH and their brothers celebrate with giving candies in the street?

The "silent Muslim majority" only takes to the street when offended by a cartoon or quote.

It's time for Islam to reform.

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