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

Submitted by Kishan (United States), Oct 5, 2005 at 02:32

Rich Arabs in the Oil rich Middle East are the biggest hypocrites in the world. They don't care for the Palestenian cause. For these rich Arabs- only money rules!

70% of the world's 1b moslems are poor and illiterate. Instead of learning science/math & technology, moslem children are wasting their time learning senseless ideas at madrassas. Where is the scientific & technological advancement amongst muslims. As a religion, a huge population of moslems are educationally backward. Without education, there is no hope for these moslem youth.

Moslems born and bred in the UK show no gratefulness whatsoever to that country. This is evident from all those suicide bombers. Moslem political leaders are as worthless. The religion does not preach violence, the religious leaders use it as a nefarious scheme to infuse dangerous ideas into these illeterate minds. " Kill a kafir and you will be sittin in heaven with 70 virgins"!

Moslems are losing ground in this world. Most religions- Christian, Jew, Hindu, Buddhist despise the concept of moslem suicide bombers, moslem terrorists, their lack of respect & tolerance for other religions and their backwardness. Moslems, awake or you will be losing ground soon!
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