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Muslims Are Like A Frog In Well

Reader comment on item: Barack Obama's Muslim Childhood
in response to reader comment: Islam will grow, even if the disbelivers hate it

Submitted by kamekish (India), May 6, 2008 at 01:36

I got a surprising comment from

Ben Johnson (aka. Ibn Jareer) Ardmore, OK

What I feel after studying the whole wolrd scenario, poor, deprived and innocent Muslims all over the world are forced to listen only what Allah or Mohammed told them centuries ago. Why they are not allowed to see what is happening today?

The reasons are simple because most Muslims are too busy in praying and reading Quran. Where is the time for them to read Kurzweil's Law or Moor's Law. They are most ignorant lot. They only know about Quran, they only hear about Allah, they only talk about Muhammed?

O'Muslim friend, open your eyes, stop going to Mosque, terminate your prayer, to see and enjoy this world. Do not be and behave like a frog in the well.

I have no objection for Muslims growing up their ladies getting freedom to wear skirts, men getting privilege to explore the world rather destry the world and hide in Jungle, let them also grow and behave like human being.

Muslims must learn to speak, behave and communicate like human beings rather than a species from medieval era.

Even Barack Obama feel ashamed in declaring himself a Muslim?

Muslims have reached to that stage. It is shame for all moderate Muslims who are not allowing their conservative relatives and friends to grow.

Ultimately, Muslims will extinguish from this Earth if not become modern fast. As such they are dying at fastest rate through human bombs, American Bombs and even Muslim bombs.

All these have to stopped for the Muslim to survive as community, forget about spreading all over the world. Do not behave like a Frog!!!



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