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Why do we have to offend?

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Submitted by From an Australian girl (Australia), Feb 8, 2006 at 02:22

What is it that drives people to offend others? Is it because people do not undestand one another? Because I know how that feels. To be confused by the media and wanting to know the truth. So I went straight to the source. I started dialogue with someone who was a muslim so that I could learn from her and she could learn from her. I now know that Islam is a beautiful religion and my interest in it has brought me a best friend. So for goodness sake, talk to one another. Islamism is not fascism. It is a beautiful way of life for so many people and no one has the right to attempt to harm that.
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