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Islam is NOT a religion of peace

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?

Submitted by Douglas Khouri (Sweden), Jan 30, 2005 at 16:34

According to Allah in the Quran the muslims have the right to, with the help of war and man slaughter, spread their religion. That's why many people say that Islam was spread with the sword and thats the truth. In Islam it's, eye or an eye, tooth for an tooth.

My ancestors were killed back in 1915, and because two of their children, small as they were, took the chance to flee, i'm able to sit now and write this. More than 1,5 million christians were murdered by the muslims turks because of their faith.

If Islam is a religion of peace which I don't believe, or I know it's not, why do all the crises and conflicts around the world involve muslims? 9/11, Israel/Palestine, Chechnya, Pakistan/India, southern Thailand, southern Phillippines, Aceh-province in Indonesia, the fights that erupted in Netherlands.....are people blind or do they want to believe a lie that Islam is peace?...Jesus Christ said: "Treat everyone equally, and treat them the way you want them to treat you". "If somebody punch you on the cheek turn the other one"...THAT'S THE RELIGION OF PEACE AND LOVE NO MATTER WHAT RACE YOU'VE GOT! ...

Islam is not a peaceful religion, it's a political agenda to take over the world!

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