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Islam vs Love Thy Neighbor

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Submitted by Roger E. Nasiff (United States), Dec 3, 2003 at 11:38

There is a fundamental difference between the God of the Bible which has the law of Love Thy neighbor and the god of Islam which has the law of Kill all non-Mulsims. The god of Islam and the God of our society need to be compared openly in discussions to understand why Muslims side with what we call terrorists. Until we accept the fact that they are different than us, we will continue to be killed in our ignorance. The strange part for me is trying to understand why our society insists on being ignorant when it is causing so many murderers to run free continuing their murdering of true innocents. Why is the toleration of murderers in vogue and the cheering of the murders of innocents tolerated as well? What have we become? Is the hatred of God so deep in our society that we side with God's enemies this blatantly?

I sent you a paper called Islam vs Love Thy Neighbor just after the Sept 11 mass murders. You understood the foundational truth in the paper and I would like to hear your position on the relevence of that teaching today.

Thank you.


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