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the koran instructs muslims...?

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Submitted by harold silverman (United States), Jan 20, 2004 at 09:28

i have read the koran. what i read is that christians and jews are infidels and they will burn in hell--unless they become muslims and accept allah as their god. i have not seen the word love in the koran relating to humanity as a whole. i have seen the word love in the context of "allah has love for his people".

at the present time the muslims are pointing their remarks at jews in the main. it is the hitlerian method of divide and conquer. if the jews go then the christians are next, etc., etc., etc.

i would like to believe that we will have peace in the future, however, with what the muslims say and do at the present time forbodes dark days to come.

what will the reaction of the american people be if and when there is another terrorist atttack in the united states? what if major bridge or tunnel is blown up, how will we as americans react?

will the muslim communities in the united states claim that they are loyal americans and they did not do it, and they are blameless?

i am not nostradamus and i cannot predict the future, however, i believe that sometime in the future, within the next 5-10 years there will be another terrorist attack in the united states with a great loss of life and property.

i pray to god that i am wrong!

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