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Right, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion be given to some extent.

Reader comment on item: The United States Government, Still the Patron of Islam
in response to reader comment: Time for Seperation of Mosque and State

Submitted by Melchizedek, India (United States), Jul 24, 2008 at 20:10

I appreciate that US is the champion of Human Rights. It has freedom of speech, religion etc. And the western countries and Latin America comes after US.

This rights should be allowed only to some extent and not to the level of suppressing our own rights and religion. What I mean is by not able to worship Jesus Christ openly or not able to wish Christmas or Easter etc. This is not rights. Supressing our own rights and giving freedom for radicals is stupidity.

If US and the western countries go in this fashion, one day we will be under Sharia.

The Muslims are strong in using the freedom in a negative way where the freedom protects and a very few Christian has less passion to speak about christianity openly or publically even though they are true believers.

The equation for radicals victory would be strong persuasion from most of their group and less support from the christians and silently observing audience who are ignorant about Islam.

A strong political leader should arise in US and western world who would change the policy that doesn't encourage dipplomatic radicalism. The strong politician should also be a God(Jesus Christ) fearing person which is mandatory to run the nation.

Melchizedek,India.

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