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Don't be so ignorant....

Reader comment on item: Guarding the Secrets: Palestinian Terrorism and a Father's Murder of His Too-American Daughter
in response to reader comment: Christianity

Submitted by Jen (Canada), Oct 15, 2011 at 00:49

I got to say one thing; it's not about Islam; people use any religion be it Judaism, Christianity or Islam as an excuse for their actions. And no there are no parts missing in the Koran at all. You ... have no concept or knowledge of any religion. How about the KKK's they killed in the name of Christ, Hitler too was from a Christian family, how about churches that used to say no inter racial marriage? Does this make such laws ok by Christianity? Of course not. Same goes for Islam, people can say I will kill in the name of this religion. But that is ignorance too. You got to remember there is ONE God for the 3 faiths of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Judaism came first. So we all share the belief of God. So no God tells one to kill. Again think before you talk. It's people like you cause racism and ignorance. Terrorism has nothing to do with Islam. Again people who say they are so called Muslims do that but to be an extremist or terrorist can not allow you to be Muslim. I am sure that such people will pay for their acts. Only the Lord can decide who deserves what.


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