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Response to Lanctantius

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: Who is this Allah?

Submitted by Jaan (United States), Jul 3, 2005 at 16:48


I am in complete agreement with Mr. Bush. We all follow the same God, whether we say we are Muslim, Jew, or Christian. According to you, "the reality is that Islamic terrorists are 'good Muslims' following the example of their "prophet" Muhammad, the archetypal Islamic terrorist." And I absolutely must say this--Prophet Muhammed (peace and blessings be upon him) could never have been a terrorist. He was one of the kindest and most-loving men to have ever lived, and he NEVER preached terrorism or ill-will towards fellow men. He even helped his enemies when they were in need. He gave advice to all who came to him for advice, whether friend or foe. And, on top of that, he NEVER attacked anyone unless they invaded his territory and came to him with the preemptive. How could a man such as this have been a terrorist? I ask you, wouldn't you protect your family if they were being attacked? If you did, would you be called a terrorist? In my viewpoint, people who terrorize in the name of any religion are false to that religion. Terrorism is not apart of any religion--it is humans who are responsible for terrorism--merciless blackhearts with soulless lives.

Bear in mind I hold no disrespect for any religion, but I am stating what I know to be the truth.


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