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Mr. Mansoor

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
in response to reader comment: Save yourself from Hell your chance of getting guidance is almost gone

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Sep 27, 2007 at 00:06

Mr. Mansoor,

People questioning the righteousness of the Quran and Islam have a good argument. We are not judging Islam on the actions of one or two Muslims.

Out of curiosity, does the Muslim religion articulate or provide for such a thing as Satan? In what form does he take, according to the Muslim religion? Is there such a thing as Satan as a "being"? That is, does the Muslim religion regard Satan as an ideology or in fact does he exist as an individual, capable of volition?

Your passion for the subject clouds your judgement. Anyone who is "outside" this argument, looking at the situation objectively, would see the collective dictatorial nature and resulting oppressive cultures of Muslims in their homelands. Can you argue that? Can you argue that Christian nations are truly, by evidence of the facts, nations that allow the freedom to choose for or against their religion? By way of logic and evidence, your arguments, your statements are not cohesive or validated. You'll have to do better than that. -JS


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