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in response to reader comment: Sufism is unauthorised in the vocabulary of Islam like Shia,Bahaii, Nation of Islam etc.,

Submitted by Aamir Ali Ansari (Pakistan), Sep 7, 2007 at 03:57

Dear Sri Devi...

It seems that you are trapped in the water current and dont know how to swim...Attacking my religion with ideas like yours simply make me laugh....I personally feel that one worshiping stone is the most unfortunate...You will find in the books of Jews, Muslim and Christian that Abraham (A.S) was the one who took this bull by horn and smashed like anything..

The idol worship is the most weakest type of religion because they fail to understand the basic concept that a man made idol cannot be thier creator..Allah in Quran dealt with such kind of beleivers with strong and valid points...

If they suggest that their big idols created this beautiful universe then why they themselves are so ugly...??? If they are really Gods then everyone on earth should be joyfull that they found their creator..(naozobillah)..They even fail to impress their followers...how can they impress others...

Banning or Attacking Islam seems easy but defending your religion is very difficult....I respect your religion but cannot accept it as a true one...


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