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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Christians don't hate Muslims, Muslims hate Christians

Submitted by annonymous (Australia), Apr 7, 2011 at 17:34

You say we have it backwards, but maybe none of us are right? cant we get along?! isnt that what BOTH religions ask for? Peace. Serenity. Happiness. To be seen in the eyes of god as worthy?! We both Worship they SAME God, dont we?! We shouldn't be against each other! No religion is right or wrong, for it is simply what we believe. But, in all seriousness, and absolute NO offence... We can't prove a thing. We can't prove that Christians are right or that Muslims are. Please, If Christians claim that they want peace, and that we shouldn't condemn others for who they are on the outside, or anything like that, why do they Condemn others for what they believe? You say Muslims FORCE the religion on to the public, but dont you do that too, in a way? Panflits, Preaching, door knocking...? I mean seriously, cant you just have faith in your own God, your Lord, Your Father and have thanks that he is there with you and have thanks for this beutiful world he made for us? You should be thankful for what you have, not longing what you don't.


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