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A distorted view?

Reader comment on item: The Middle East's Tribal Affliction
in response to reader comment: Islam discourages tribalism

Submitted by Larry B. (United States), Feb 16, 2008 at 12:30

Dear Amhad,

If you believe that my view of muhammed and islam is distorted, I must place the blame on the historians of islam. A great place to start would be http://www.bibleprobe.com/muhammad.htm. It list all of the historians, and the collective works of islam. To say something is good or bad without merit or sound proof of that merit is just blather. Seeking for truth in this day and age is at the touch of a computer keyboard.

I once believed that islam was a "religion of peace" after all, every muslim appologist was saying so! But, I chose to educate myself about islam, and I found everything to the contrary. islam using the quran and its teachings, is an islamist handbook of terrorism. What was written about islam and muhammed many centuries ago, by islamists stand today as the purest evidence of the evil of islam. I pray you seek for yourself Ahmad. I did, and was sickned by the violence and pure hatred coming from the pages of the quran and the hadiths. I do not believe that every muslim is violent. But I cannot understand defending evil when it is in your grasp to discern between good and evil. To every man is given the gift to know right from wrong. Unless your conscience is seared shut .

Thanks, Larry B.


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