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in response to reader comment: we are proud that we are muslim

Submitted by Lynn (United States), Sep 29, 2009 at 09:22

Why are you proud to be Muslim?

Why do women need a piece of cloth to shield them from men who want to rip their clothes off and invade their bodies without permission?

Why do women have to protect themselves from being raped by Muslim men? Why are you proud of that?

I am sorry you do not have freedom of the press. Many stories you hear about our civilization is because we are open and do not get to hide our sins like many Muslim Countries do. If your civilization is so good than it should not be afraid and hide, but should show itself to the world so all can see it's greatness.

No, you and I both know that some places can hide the sins of it's people because evil is at it's best in darkness and evil hates the light. Young people many times see the evil in the world because either they are victims of the evil, or no one notices them so they see things because others don't notice they are there, and many are quiet and hear the words of those around them.

The face of little children looks upon G_d and the angels, and the little ones witness to evil in the world is also the witness of G_d and the angels. Even if mankind does not see the evil done to the young it is a testimony in Heaven and a damnation to mankind.

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