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A standard for everyone

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Submitted by Sammy (New Zealand), Nov 26, 2008 at 17:10

If somebody knows that something is faulty of course that person will not want that thing. In reality, most of us don't know if we use a faulty product, therefore we still use it. When we experience problems with that faulty thing then we realize it and throw it out. It's the same with religion. However, in many cases using a faulty product is safe enough as long as you don't use it extensively.

Of course the standard of judging a religion by its followers will be applicable to all religions, not just Islam, even to masculinism or feminism. Do you dare to call the followers of your religion as an infidel instead of the true follower if they spread violence? Well, I do and I will speak it out loud. Why? Because my belief (and of course my religion) teaches me that the truth of a religion is judge by its followers' behavior.

If you think your religion is a good one, show it to the world. Ask your fellow followers to bring good things to the world. Together we liberate our religions from those evil people.


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