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I believe you have been mislead

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Is this true, does anyone have a copy of Quaran to confirm this?

Submitted by The Truth (Australia), Jan 9, 2008 at 06:12

Hi,

yes i do.first of all the word islam means submission .That is to the one and only. (god) so when the quran states that there is other true relegion other than islam that is referring to the fact that, whether you like it or not, there is only one creator. that is god. call him god,allah, allohem.or in whatever language you want he is still god, the one and only .and surely you do not deny that there is only one creator .god.

Secondly, islam does put the women inferior to men. but it dares to speak of the limits that a woman man or child have. surely you do not expect that a woman is like a man. yes, she is a living entity, a soul flesh and blood, just like any other one of us. but that doesn't mean a woman can be a man .or a man can be woman. its gods law of nature that the woman shall e.g. have babies . surely dont tell me that makes you inferior to a woman because you can't get pregant and have a baby (out of your body. as man there is a limit . and is to everything else in this universe.

hope you understand what islam is about bro.
fell free to tell your view

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