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Reader comment on item: What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?
in response to reader comment: Teaching of Quran should be banned

Submitted by Aliyah (United States), Jul 2, 2008 at 14:34


Sir i have very quick question: have you every read the quran?

Well I have and I also have visited couple of Islamic schools but I just have NOT come across anything you have applied to the Islamic schools teaching methods. I think it's very wrong for you or anyone else for that matter to jump to the conclusion of bannding quran in these schools. It is clear that everything you have against Islam or the muzlims is nothing more but your personal opinions and there is no way you can just wake up one day and suggest of banneding Quran. This is a sacred book to these people just as the BIBLE is to you...IF you have forgotten we do have Christian schools too that teaches nothing but the sayings of the BIBLE...and so it is unfair of you to even think of this kind of proposals! Maybe next when you think of something to write abt: you should focus more on the solutions to how we can work together in peace with our neighbors, co-workers, Communities and countries who attain different values then you and I.

with love, peace and blessings: ~~Aliyah~~~


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