very poor example
Submitted by susan (Italy), Mar 12, 2007 at 18:40
"Wait for it
Wait for it
Wait for it
Like the one in South East Asia
Look for yourself
no terrorists in malaysia? who are the ones beheading buddist in south thailand if not former malay muslims? So again you're wrong, malasya has got terrorists like every respecful muslim country.
"No civil wars"
Wrong, Pattani sees a civil war. 2000 buddist murdered.
"Women are treated well"
LOL, they are spied on their marriage certificates! they are jailed if marriage certificate is not shown.
... google LINA JOY
Malaysia: woman fights for right to convert
Azlina Jailani, who adopted the name Lina Joy when she became a Christian in 1998, has appealed a second time for the right to change her religious status. Lina Joy first applied for official permission to change her religion in 2001. However, the judge ruled, "As a Malay, the plaintiff exists under the tenets of Islam until her death." Lina Joy recently appealed the decision on the grounds that it contravened Malaysia's constitutional guarantee of religious freedom. The Court of Appeal heard the case on October 14, and a public announcement on the ruling is expected shortly.
"Other religions (especially Buddhists) are treated well"
Except the hindus who are seeing their temples demolished, LOL
"So WHAT NOW"
You are a failure once again, moderate muslim
"to quote Dave Chapelle (who you guys loved before you realized he was Muslim)
To quote myself: hang it up, moderate, don't waste our time.
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