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Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Muslims....terrorists...what's the difference?

Submitted by Aimee (Egypt), Aug 20, 2009 at 03:19

I'm a moslem woman and I'm against all kind of violence and I would like to confirm that i really wish I can carry a sword and kill all terrorists around the world, killers who take lives of innocent people. Their god is not our god. islam is innocent from those killers. and those terrorists being moslems they are nothing but shame and devils. AND I BELIEVE THEY ARE ADORING A DEVIL NOT OUR GOD. BEING A MOSLEM DOES N'T MEAN THAT HE/SHE is A TERRORIST OR THE USUAL SUSPECT. i pray to god to make terrorists suffer and get killed the same way they killed innocent people. i can't kill terrorists but i will if i get the chance. but i'm fighting them with my believes which based on the real islam. may god send all terrorists and extremists to hell whether in life or after death.

there is a big difference between muslims and terrorists, for instance if a christian kills a moslem would that be considered that all christians are terrorists? would we accuse the religion of christianity? the answer is no. terrorists have no religion, terrorists are killing people from different religions whether moslems or non moslems. TERRORISTS WANT TO RULE THE WORLD THEY FIGHT FOR NOTHING AND ISLAM IS INNOCENT FROM THEIR ACTS OF TERROR.


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