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Christians are the ones who teach a supremacy religion.

Reader comment on item: Radical Islam's Hypocrisy

Submitted by Babatunde Abdullah (United States), Jan 18, 2005 at 09:06

You are charging Muslims of teaching that "A belief that believers alone should rule and
otherwise enjoy an exalted status over non-Muslims".

The Quran teaches the Muslims that we are not to judge the Jew or Christian, for that is the
job of the Creator Allah. For Allah judges us by our righteousness and not by what we call

All of my life I have heard from Christians that the only people who are going to (Heaven) are
Christians, and everyone else is a savage and if they didn't accept Jesus as their Lord
and saviour that they would go to hell. And they must accept Christianity or die. And they
have killed many, many people in Jesus's name all over the world.

Now one thing is true in what you said is that ' You must be a believer' for the heaven to
come is for the ones who believe and not the dis-believers, and the ones who practice and do
righteousness, and not people who drop bombs on innocent people. For any God who would
accept those actions is not the true God of the Heavens and the Earth.

Christians have not only forced that religion down the thoat of people but have killed and
inslaved people who rejected it, then forced the children of these slaves to accept that

In Islam we understand that you cannot force belief on a person, but that their belief must come
from within. That even our children must become of age before they accept Islam as their
belief in Allah. Whereas Christians baptize their babies into the religion which they have no
knowledge of this God you are forcing on them.

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