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No pure tolerance but pure hypocrisy from Islam Countries

Reader comment on item: Churches in Saudi Arabia?
in response to reader comment: Islam is pure and tolerant

Submitted by adem (Albania), Sep 8, 2008 at 04:59

Dear Sir,

You must not to justifiy Islamic country and to say that christian in their country live and go to churches freely. You hae to shame for this opinion and not must to lie not only question country but and your people in your country. The Facts are very impressive and sad.

Christian population live not freely but under terror of all part of islamic society because number of churches are diminishing drastically, and christian people are leaving your tyranist islamic countries. I f You are to have a look to Copt in Egypt, or in Iran, or in Pakistan or in Saudi Arabia You can see the miserable reality in lives of christians.

Second, You are hypocrites because you are looking the women like second citizens, You can buy and sell women like a cattle in baazar; You beat them, kill them, compulse them, and marry not with one women but with many women breakign so 10 orders of Musa. Shame on You.

Third, before You will write this hypocrtie articles You must to see inside yourself how wild and hypocrite are you in relation with women, with your society, and with God.



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