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Why blaming Islam?

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in response to reader comment: Very nicely said, Krista

Submitted by Hassan (United States), Feb 3, 2011 at 17:06

Why blaming Islam? Unfortunately people connect the reactions of muslims with Islam. Muslims might have wrong methods in expressing themselves and their believes but that dosen't represent the islamic principles. For example, muslim did not connect the KKK group with christian principles. In my view, I think this violence is due to the status que that most of the muslim world is living in. I blame their culture and their level of education.

My last point is that the number of Muslims is about 1,500,000,000 and if all of them are terrorists, the world will explode:)

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