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

Submitted by Gulsah (United States), Aug 8, 2005 at 03:41

Everyone these days have been going on about how Islam is this and that. Did you ever realize that you're only speaking about that religion from what you have heard of others?

People say don't believe rumors, or find out if they are true, how can you be so sure ? Ever met a muslim, or actually searched the background of Islam? Why are there way more Islam Converts then there are for other religions? If you think you're so smart about how this world was created, then you should read the translation of the Quran and Islamic book to really know how this world was created. Then compare them to the bible or the torah.

And another thing, unlike the torah, the bible..etc. There is only one copy of the Quran, nobody changed just cause they didn;t like few things in there. Stop going on about how terrorism comes from Islams, please that's all over the world. ...

If you really believe there is a God, then you would search about which religion to believe in. The History of it and talking to people about it. This is your life after all, someone had to create us. After all, once you're dead, you're going to find out which religion was the one you should have followed.
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