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Evrey thing in life has a limit

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?

Submitted by zari namdar (Switzerland), Sep 24, 2007 at 01:22

MY dear friends :Everything in life has a limit: Balance in life is the key to have peace in life. The number of Mosques are multiplying like hot cakes around us! We all come to the west for freedom,even freedom has it's limits!

The Muslim countries in general ,dont alow us to build new Jewish temples ,Buddhist temples,or Churches . To me , too much mosques indicates the invasion and imposing the Muslim religion to others! my own roots is Muslim.I came to the United States of America for more freedom !!! Look around you.We are bit by bit surrounded by fanatic Muslims! There is no such thing as "freedom" in Islam!

I am a convert to Christianity from Islam. The greatest sin in Islam is to convert to another religion! If i go back to Iran I will be tortured or beheaded to the name of God!!!!! Islam unlike other religions doesn't move with time! Aren't we suppose to move with time? Number one goal in Islam, is to dominate and convert poeple by force! Dont we have the right and the freedom to stop their invasion?

Zari Namdar an American Artist . www.zarinamdar.com


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