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Talk is very important

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Submitted by Keith Williams (United States), Oct 20, 2008 at 02:12

Hi Susan,

Thanks for replying to my comments.

Yes you are right. It does take more than words and more is being done by Muslims here in America and abroad as part of making Muslims a part of the solution. God willing, these initiatives will cause positive effects and help in the war against terror. Words are very powerful and with the right words we can help bridge the gaps to understanding one another. As long as everyone keeps talking then there is hope.

Peace

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