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Reader comment on item: Caught on Tape: The Middle East's Culture of Cruelty
in response to reader comment: Cruelty is Okay in Islam

Submitted by Kamel (United States), May 17, 2009 at 19:33

Dear Alain Jean-Mariet,

The culture of Cruelty is that of the primitive Man, and his society. Doesn't it happen that a person commits a cruel cruelty, in the US, in Europe, in China, or in any other country? This never means that All that country or region, in Cruel. In addition, many rulers came by inheritage or by a coup. Can you imagine Obama, Sarcosy, or Olmert doing that? This a matter of Civism, and not of Religion.

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