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Ignorance leads to more ignorance

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: OK then, you don't forget the context – you hide it.

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (Canada), Nov 8, 2013 at 15:38

So, you admit that these verses are God's words to his Prophet, (our beloved Muhammad pbuh) not human words, otherwise how can a person forgive his enemies while they inflict on him torture and brutality

- get education - do not be ignorant and repeat like parrot what others say

Disbelief is THE SIN in all religions - All Prophets of GOD repeated on people NOT to associate others with God NOR should they disbelief in the existance of GOD

Read the Torah, the the Gospels - they all preach the same thing.

GOD will punish the sinners, whether Christians, Jews, Muslims, atheists or any unbeliever of the unity of GOD, Christian will definately be punished for associating Jesus with God

Get out of your anger, put yourself in the shoes of others and read without bias

I remember the story of the priest of a church in United states who was extremely against Isam and refused to meet any Muslims, he met one in the hope that he will convert him to Christianity, He himself converted to Islam.

wipe your face, put on your shoes and go to the nearest Mosque to learn the true Islam. do not listen to ignorants, because you wil become like them

come out of the closed box


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