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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Muslim apologies being accepted here!

Submitted by shaz (Canada), Dec 18, 2007 at 23:05

i can't say sorry for these men, because i don't believe that they're muslms, because anyone who does such acts against women and children are disgusting bastards who deserve to die a slow, painful death. i wish i could do something to change the past, but all i can say is that when religion and terrorism comes together, it doesn't go well, mainly because only a small portion of muslims are terrorists (less than 2%). we muslims need to speak up, and condemn terrorist acts, especially when they are against man-kind (mainly women and children)

i myself am ashamed of these people, but not of my religion, because Islam is a beautiful religion that has been twisted for the political and sexual pleasure of men (no women would willingly allow a man to say its ok for him to rape her and hold her responsible for it)

all religions have had many problem with doing horrific acts against humanity (ex Holocaust) Its peole that need to be judged not the religion, i admit that religion does play a part in terrorist acts, only becasue God's name has a lot of power in it.

i can't do anything about the past, but hopefully, with God's blessing, I'll be able to help stop or at least decrease the number of violence and wars that are carried out in God's name.

P.S. also look at governments that have done horrorific acts against humanity (USA). Bush called war on Iraq for no reason and now the people of Iraq are paying the price. A lot of women and children are being raped and placed in the sex trade, because of Bush's so called "war on terrorism". same thing in Afghanistan. Its not religion that decides who gets killed or raped, but man.

P.S.S sorry if i have offended anyone.


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