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Faisal' Comments were Brilliant, but Gavin's Comments were ever better

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in response to reader comment: Faisal's post was brilliant

Submitted by Faisal (Saudi Arabia), Mar 29, 2009 at 12:47

In response to my post "Mass murderers of History", Gavin wrote:

"And then to validate his erroneous statement Faisal goes on to list a range of "mass murders", none of which have been organized or carried out by genuine practicing,born again Christians. Thus we establish immediately that Faisal is unable to discern the difference between the roman catholic religion/system, secualar "christianity" and that which is genuinely christian)."

This is where most enemies of Islam discriminate against Muslims. Majority of Muslims do not consider Saddam Hussain or Bin Laden as true muslims just like majority of Christians do not consider Hitler, Bush or Ariel Sharon as true Christian or Jew. So why are our Christian brothers getting so much emotional

Gavin is offended when I called Mass Murderers such as Hitler Christians. We muslims also feel the same way when Terrorists such as Bin Laden is called a muslim

Gavin, as per Hitler, he was a pure Christian just like Bin Laden claims to be a true muslim.

So, take it easy. ...Salam



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