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I am neither a liberal nor an Islamist but a person who wish to see Justice prevails for everyone

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: Criticize Mohummad and Quran with fervor and without any fear

Submitted by Syed Rafey Husain (Pakistan), Jun 29, 2007 at 01:29


Pardon my English.

You have asked a delicate question and saying it is simple. Though I agree it is basic. But do the justice with clear heart, can Holy Book and Holy Prophets be treated like normal books and people? Or should we show some respect to them?

If No, then what's the point in calling those books and people Holy anyway?

I am neither a liberal nor an Islamist but a person who wish to see Justice prevails for everyone may it be Rushdie, you or me.

You may like to read Wafa Sultan and watch her discussion on Memri TV. You may get saddened more by the tyranny that Islamism has caused and continues to cause.

Let us help each other to calm them down and everybody else.


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