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For Another one: Reason and patience

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Submitted by new (Sweden), Feb 21, 2006 at 15:05

Dear Another one,

Thank you so very much for posting here the true information on Islam. This is the way all Muslims should behave for upholding the spirit of Islam- with reason and patience, and absolutely not by burning embassies. Pen is mightier than sword.
Islam says, 'the ink of an educated person is holier than the blood of a martyr.'

May Allah bless you all, Muslims, non-Muslims, believers and non-believers. Let us respect each other and have patience.

Thank you once again.
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