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MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by WOLFEY (Yemen), Oct 30, 2007 at 02:34

what you know about islam it just a little. that as I just read the comments on that site and other sites around the world. christians judge on islam while don't know anything about islam. I don't want to mention that just the christians do that, but also the muslims do the same thing to christiantiy.

the muslims know that and believe that the christians has a holy book (Bible) just as the muslims has holy book (Quran) but here comes the problem. the muslims believe that the christ (Jesus) peace be upon him as prophet and messenger of the god, while in the christianty believe in him as son of god. the christians swear the prophet (Mohammd) peace be upon him and make a bad picture for him as what we saw in the last months. while the muslims respect christ.

look to the averge of the increase in the number of muslim of you think that they are in the wrong way !!!!

if it is the wrong way. how could the people believe in it!

IF YOU DONT KNOW ME DO'NT JUDGE ON ME! INSULTE ME ANYWHERE !!!! AT THE END,I DON'T CARE

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

WOLFEY

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