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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Thank you!

Submitted by Hrishi (India), Nov 6, 2007 at 21:33

"For your information, Most Muslims were angry about 9/11, why? Most who got killed were innocent people, and in Islam that is forbidden, you go to hell for that,"

Would have felt a lot more comfortable if this didnt sound like you rush to consult your nearest mullah or scan your scriptures to find out whether its OK to express healthy human sentiment when innocent people are ruthlessly killed by anyone. In this case they said, "Its ok, you're allowed to express anger since innocents including a few Muslims died." What walks like, sounds like, quacks like.....chances are it is - brainwashing, programming. Islam does an excellent job in reducing its adherents to mechanical, programmable, un-thinking, un-empathetic dolls. To me, your words and your evasiveness in facing real-life issues of violence and murder give you away.

Is there any 'heart' left capable of love after Islam is done with one?


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