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Why do some people love to bash other religions, Islam in particular?

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Submitted by Lalgerien AbdelKader (United States), Sep 26, 2009 at 04:29

You can read the stories of why people convert to Islam on th Internet, each has a story. You went from the assumption that there is something negative about Islam and attempted to justify why there is such a high rate of conversion to it. Isn't it those who doubt about their own belief are the ones that demonize other belief systems through any arguments even unfounded ones, for fear of having to admit that their belief hardly stands on a single toe and certainly not for very long. What do you really know about Islam? really - news media, propaganda or the remnants of the time traveller spirit that haunted those who witnessed the birth of Islam as a threat to the exposure of their Bible manipulation? We respect women and treat them as human beings when your people see women as object of lusts? I will not go over what was said earlier in the posts, however, open your minds and your eyes because there are too many signs out there from God that are meant for the open hearted and minded people. Fear for your soul as Muslims do not create sites to bash other religions, simply because we are true believer and very confident about our belief, and for cause. Quit fussing and worry about your souls because as long as you're alive you have a chance and ALLAH is Oft-Forgiving, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. Remember that the Quran was descended in Arabic (through angel Gabriel)and is very poetic. The rhymes may not be felt when translated but listening to it in Arabic makes many people cry;it just pierces the heart with flourishing softness. I do not know of a poet that wrote poetry with so much content that touches, science (embryology, astronomy,physics, geology, chemistry , economy, morals, political systems, finances, history, law ,psychology...and much more. I will conclude with one event:Jacques Cousteau, a French marine scientist, converted to Islam when he discovered, in the name of science, that waters with different densities do not mix (due to salt content). That was already stated 1400 years ago in the Quran... Should you want proof that the speed of light was given to us in the Holy Quran 1400 years ago by God(ALLAH), check the site http://www.speed-light.info. Many very advanced scientific facts have led many scientists to convert to Islam. They all recognized that the Quran is from GOD (ALLAH in Arabic language) and that no human being could possibly have know such science. Should you want proof that the speed of light, very accurately, was given to us in the Holy Quran 1400 years ago by God (http://www.speed-light.info)among many scientific facts that led many scientists to convert to Islam knowing that the Quran is from GOD(ALLAH in Arabic language). Perhaps, visiting an Islamic country will make your views differ. I believe it is simple ignorance. May Allah guide you.

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