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Extremist? A Muslim View

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Submitted by Sumayyah Afashar (United States), Sep 15, 2005 at 04:17

The way i see it as a revert into Islam is : how can you be extreme in pleasing Allah? i myself do not agree with suicide bombing, but i do think that our Brothers should be allowed to defend there people, so if they want to go Iraq or anywhere else to fight for the sake of the ummah (islamic nation) and for Alah they should be allowed to fight in battle. You can fight for your country but we can't fight for our religion.

America does not own this world and if they are SO concerned about human rights and stuff why don't they help palestine (oh yea cos they are muslim) why don't they help Nigeria and all these places that are seeing suffering. The world is afraid of Islam as eveyone knows it is the truth

People want to keep making threats that this and that will happen to us, but the fact is victory has been promised to us by Allah so no matter how long this world tries to hold us back we will succeed.

So much stuff that has happened is in the quran, if you are so sure Islam is not the true religion go to the mosque and learn about it i guarantee Allah will guide you inshallah (god willing).

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