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Submitted by Ralph (United States), Dec 4, 2003 at 00:28

Until the Muslims come to accept this as REALITY, then you will always have them thinking that whenever you condemn the "MUSLIMS" who did these acts, you are condemning them.

In fact they should be condemned because it seems it is easier to kill under Islam then most other religion because in Muslim Countries, murder is the way to go if you are found to have converted from the Muslim faith or are witnessing to Muslims about Christ and the Gospel.

The only true FREEDOM that a Muslim can be given is to have all their teachers teach that One should never kill in the name of religion or one's faith, nor should they force people to live a certain way with force. That this is wrong. But how this is to be done is unknown because the Quran speaks differently and the IMAMs and Mosque leaders refuse to quit telling of killing in the name of their religion and teach hate of all "infidels". I guess that's preferable to "Agreeing to Disagree".

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