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Islam and respect

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Submitted by theoneverdies (India), Feb 19, 2006 at 14:45

Most muslims are drunk with the power of intimidation their religion has over other people. Being the believers of the 'only true religion' means they don't even have to try to understand other peoples' beliefs, let alone respect them. They find the tolerance of the Western society very convenient to practice and profess their intolerance. But they don't realize that we're fast running out patience with this ideology of intolerance that spreads the venom of hatred.

Mindless violence and intimidation earns you fear, but not respect.
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