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Reader comment on item: The Middle East's Tribal Affliction
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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Feb 15, 2008 at 01:34

Eccept you can't wear red on Valentine's day. You can't bring the Torah nor the Bible into Saudi Arabia. You can't be a homosexual or lesbian. You can't have pre-marital sex. You can't choose to reject Mohammed and adopt Christianity without cultural and political consequence. Ahmad, your "Allah" is like a spoiled child; whatever pristine idealic utopia that was arguably the initial course, now the frustration resulting from the failure is fanatical fantastical tyrany. What will it take for you to see the fantastic genius that originated the world's second largest religion is second-best; forced to resort to his "ace in the hole", dictatorship, void of free will?

History was then, results are now.

One benevolent God encourages free will, values adherance comming from a point of independance, void of coersion. Another "god", however, does not entertain nor appreciate free will from his subjects. Culture, relatives, imams, madrassas, death for apostates, and Moslem dictatorship governments all are forcing you, because that is what Allah requires, indeed, needs for his "sham" to continue. Not to mention Islam REWARDS the killing of peoples who reject - Qur'an 9:111.

Please reconsider. Choice comes from a position of true freedom. Do you have that?


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