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are arabs real muslims?

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Islam is the enemy of Western life as we know it.

Submitted by Dlovan (Syria), Jul 18, 2010 at 07:55

My friend, killing people, children, bombs was never acceptable in islam, for me as muslim before i talk on other religious i would study that religion's doctrin. as muslim i wouldn't build my thoughts about europe religion or america religion by just a look on their natural behaviors, you did mention what mohamad said, and arab should follow that and do exactly what there messenger say, althought i don't know where did you got that from.

now lets see, as muslim i should follow all my religion's doctrine. when omar ebn alkhtat was in the battles he was always warn his soldiers "DO NOT KILL CHILDREN, WOMEN, OLD MEN, DO NOT CUT A TREE OR DESTROY A RESIDENCE" now to you, you may not believe that, but to muslims what i've mentioned every muslim know that, so when i'm a muslim why would i follow some of my religion's doctrin and ignore others , so my friend it's not islam, it is the wrong applying. Mohmad also said "My nation is 73 distress only one will enter heaven".


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