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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by Rob Nevins (United States), Aug 2, 2004 at 20:03

Submitted by Adem, August 30, 2002 at 15:26

First of all I am a Muslim from Turkey...Osama Ben Laden is one of the world's richest men. He could be better but he chose to fight for his religion. If USA wouldn't attack Muslims, 11th september wouldn't have happened. (sorry for my language)

Here are the reasons why Christians hate Muslims:
1- At the all time of the history, Muslims always been conquering Christian lands
2- Muslims are creators of OTTOMAN EMPIRE and MAMELUKE EMPIRE.
3- Islam is the fastest growing way of life in the world. In next 50 years, Islam will be bigger than Chrisitianity.
4- Most of the scientists, populars are Muslim. (example: Neil Armstrong, Mohammed Ali, Will Smith etc.) that creates a "losership" in christs.

I can count many more reasons. Take Care and read Qor'an. Most of the Muslims were Christians. They became Muslim by reading Qor'an and finding found the right way.

My reply to this idiotic post
1- Partially agreed
2- Agreed
3- If Christianity is a newer religion than Islam and has more followers than it must be more 'popular'
4- Speak English i cannot understand you.
5- Most Muslims we're born Muslim.

Other problems are "They became Muslim by reading the Qor'an." I think you meant that people became Muslim after reading the Qor'an.

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