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Reader comment on item: Once considered anti-Islam, senior scholar says he's now in the middle

Submitted by Ange Michel MURANGWA (United States), Aug 26, 2010 at 20:01

The fundamental question is how to respect the American values that consider Religion as an individual right and, at the other side to defend those American values against a doctrine whose goal is to conquer the world, either by the submission of one's will or by Allah's sword.

I do think Islam should be tolerated like any other Religion that aims to submit people by one's will , but I may be not smart enough to understand how American values can logically integrate and coexist with the very clearly written Koran concept of an Allah sword hanging on every American Christian who refuse to submit . What about suggesting American Islam scholars' to expunge some jihad sentences from the Holy Koran?

Allah Akbar, He may understand, but Mullah's Fatwa…


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