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in response to reader comment: To Susan: Tree is "pure justice" but its fruits are rotten.

Submitted by susan (Italy), Jul 4, 2007 at 14:31

" Very well said, and I agree that tree is "pure justice" but its fruits are rotten."

not true, if fruits are rotten there's something very wrong with the tree itself, the tree is sick

"And it is rotten because Muslims at large are involved in worldly lust (Arab countries and Muslims living in EU and USA) or struggling for basic needs like food and clean water (like in Pakistan, Africa, Bangladesh etc)."

muslims need the west to do anything, to eat and to drink clean water. We are not willing to babysit the muslims.

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