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Reflecting on Breivik is unnecessary because Christianity is the religion of peace :-)

Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jul 29, 2011 at 01:36

Dear Dr Pipes:

You and the rest of the western democratic world are unnecessarily wastiing your time by reflecting upon Anders Behring Breivik's actions in Norway because we all know that Christianity is the religion of peace and Anders was not a true Christian. It is said in Bible that one should love his neighbor. In fact, Christianity is the best religion of the world. All Christians love all their neighbors. Analyzing Breivik's motives is a shear waste of time. Any one who is criticizing Anders Behring Breivik suffers from Christianophobia. They should all read the whole bible from front cover to the back cover several times before they criticise any part of the western world. Bible clearly says that Christianity is best religion of the world. So there is no doubt that no good Christian can do anything bad.

In my opinion, Saudi Arabian, Pakistani and Iranian governments should hire more Christian Policemen and sociologists so new dialogs between Muslims and Christians can be started and Christianophobia can be countered. In the aftermath of killing in Norway there is a huge increase among native born Saudis who want to convert to Christianity. That day is not too far when the whole planet will be Christian.

I have also learnt that governments from Rabbat to Jakarta have created cabinet level positions in their foreign ministries to reach out to Christian around the world.

In Riyadh a spokesman of CSCR (Council of Saudi Christian Relations; a sister organization of CAIR) reiterated that Christianity is a religion of peace and nothing wrong can be done by a Christian. CSCR also affirmed that no good Christian should reflect on Breivik's action. CSCR also criticized the entire world for ignoring Oklahoma bombings by Timothy McVeigh and said that if Christian youth had been appeased enough after Oklahoma City bombing, the incidence in Norway would not have happened to begin with.


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