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This is ridiculous.

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in response to reader comment: Learn to respect the others!

Submitted by Harriss Bisby (United States), Mar 17, 2008 at 23:35

Okay, I'm not say that I think Islam is perfect, I don't, I don't agree with it much at all. However, I do believe that there are muslims that are good people. and whoever told Noha respect is a two way street, how has Noha personally been disrespectful to you, whatever your feelings about Islam, Noha has not personally been disrespectful, maybe you should show him the same respect. He is simply defending himself, he is basically being bombarded here.

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