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Islam can defend itself, no need for us to defend it

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (Canada), Apr 22, 2008 at 22:20

I don't know why every writer would insert Islam in his topic even the topic is a general topic not about any specific religion such as the comment of williame

Sadly Islam seems more and more to be mainly built on just only that and "because I'll hurt you if you don't"...

How did he come to this conclusion, I HAVE NO IDEA.

IF he thinks the bad behaviour of the Muslims is the result of their religion, then the bad behaviour of the Christians is the result of their religion too.

I don't have to defend Islam, because Islam can defend itself without our intervention, like when geerd published his movie on the internet, 100s entered islam immediately - Islamic books disappeard from stores because people are buying in large quantities, they want to know Islam better.

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