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Dear Skillicorn,

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: HOW TO END TERRORISM

Submitted by Solliman (United States), Mar 10, 2009 at 23:57

It's unwise to judge something before you know all the facts about something. The holy Quran does not say, or promotes in any section the idea of terrorism. It rather says, "If one takes the life of a single person [whether a muslim or non muslim] while that person has done no harm to the killer; the killer is considered as evil as if he has killed the whole world". And similarly, if one person saves another person's life, [whether a muslim or non-muslim] it's as if that person has saved the whole world."

The holy Quran allows taking a person or people's life only if that person or people have intered someone's country by force in order to invade it. And that still restricts to killing only those who have done harm, by killing or defaming others.

Those beasts who plan terrorist attacks like bomb blasts and air plane crashing, first, those are not human beings, they are animals, No, actually not animals, because animals are far better and often harmless to others. They are the worst living beings on the face of earth! Those that think that by blowing themselves in a bomb and taking innocent lives they will go to paradise, will be thrown in the worst part of hell fire for ever! If one can't create life, one has NO right to take a life; and when one does so, they will surely face their God and be accountable for their inhuman deeds.

To end, let me tell you. I am a true Muslim. Harming another person is an evil act, let alone taking lives. A terrorist is never a true Muslim, because a terrorist has no religion; they are followers of the devil (Satan) , and a true Muslim can never be a terrorist.


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