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in response to reader comment: Yes RAFI , also NO

Submitted by RAFI (Canada), Apr 13, 2008 at 21:59

Criticism is OK but if there is a positive purpose behind it. It appears that criticism for the sake of criticism has taken the center stage by both Muslims and others. Muhammad allowed open criticism and considered it the foundation of good administration.

I would say that there is a lot common between the Muslims, Christians and Jews, and instead of undue and unnecessary criticism we should try to come on common terms and ensure peace and stability in the world. There are good and bad Muslims like good and bad Christians and Jews, let us take the examples of good ones

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