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How can Muslims and non-Muslims reach some sort of consensus to have peaceful environment? Any idea?

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Jan 21, 2006 at 14:38

Hi,

More than 3 months I have been discussing some controversial issues with non-Muslims or ex-Muslims. I would say that they don't have any difficulty to understand Islam the problem is they feed their mind with media news. They have some prejudice which hinders to understand what they read about Islam. Christians have obsessed with Jesus' divine nature they can't grasp human nature of Muhammed, peace upon him. Jews are so angry about Quran because there are many critics about them. They attack person of Muhammed, peace upon him, brutally. Apostates or ex-Muslims are also very furious about Islam. They are from the areas where politics and religious acts are inseparable. That's why they don't choose any other religion but prefer being enemy of Islam.

How can we create religiously peaceful environment in the world? Any idea?
I have been waiting for some supportive comment.

Nuray
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