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We don't like Islam because it killed people..... Comments by Ali.

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: We don't like Islam because.

Submitted by Mohammad (United States), Jul 15, 2008 at 03:43

Mr. Ali:

Is your name Ali or a false name? Ali is an Arabic word and No Muslim will ever like Alcohol, Gambling etc. It is against the Fundamental Principles of Islam.

Islam is for Peace not for killing people. The Terrorists, who destroyed Twin Towers in New York, were not Real Muslims but perverted Muslims. The True Muslims will NEVER, EVER support any Terrorists or Killers or Siucide Bombers.

All Muslims vehemently condemned such Attacks in the USA. All Muslim countries, USA & other Western countries must fight agaist such Terrorists. Remember: Terrorists are not Muslims & Real Muslims are not & will NEVER be Terrorists. Well educated Muslims love Freedom, Democracy, Liberty, Peace & Dignity of All Peoples of the World irrespective of their Religions, Race or Color. Muslims must love Humanity and this is the Teaching of Islam.

All Readers should read the Holy Quran once in their Life Time. Don't die before reading Holy Quran, Last Holy Book from God- Allah.

Let Allah guide all the people of the World. Let them live in Peace & Harmony.




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