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Why Christians hate Muslims.....

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

Submitted by Adem (Turkey), Aug 30, 2002 at 15:26

First of all, I am a Muslim from Turkey (sorry for my English language).

Osama Ben Laden is one of the world's richest men. He could have an easy life but he chose to fight for his religion. If the USA didn't attack Muslims, the 11th of September wouldn't have happened.

Here are the reasons why Christians hate Muslims:

  1. At the all time of the history, Muslims always been conquering Christian lands.
  2. Muslims are creators of OTTOMAN EMPIRE and MAMELUKE EMPIRE.
  3. Islam is the fastest growing way of life in the world. In the next 50 years, Islam will be bigger than Chrisitianity.
  4. Most of the scientists and most popular individuals are Muslim (for example, Neil Armstrong, Muhammad Ali, Will Smith, et al.) and they create a "losership" in Christ.

I can count many more reasons.

Take care and read the Qur'an. Most of the Muslims were once Christians who became Muslim by reading the Qur'an and finding the right way.

GL!

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