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Islam is a Religion of Peace, Not Violence

Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict Criticizes Islam [in Regensburg]

Submitted by John Bastile (Malaysia), Sep 20, 2006 at 05:15

The Pope has spoken. After the bloodshed and the deaths of many Christians, especially after the Cartoon Wars, the Catholic Church is revising her stance on Islam.

The previous Pope allowed a mosques to be built in Rome, the muslims burned more churches. The previous Pope kissed the Quran, the muslims peed on Bibles in Beslan before murdering children.

Let's see how the muslims will react towards a speech that asserted that Islam is violence. Let's see whether the inevitable protests will be violent in anture. Anyway, violence is not of God's nature.

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