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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Islam means peace not terrorism.

Submitted by aaa (Japan), Jan 25, 2006 at 04:07

Well,I will answer you.First, this verse of Qur'an you are speaking about speaks about non-muslims who dissmissed Muslims out of their homeland and took their money and fortune, what will you do if you were in the same situation? There are a lot of Qur'anic verses that orders us to tolerate with others as long as they do not harm us.Read if you want Surah 60 verses 8and 9 just as an example.

As for your claim that Muslims are terrorists everywhere,that is not true.Terrorism is made often by non-muslims.As an example,America which is killing thouthands and thouthands of innocent people(women and children) in Iraq and Afghanistan ,do not you consider this terrorism?Israel is doing the same with innocent Phalestinians after occupying their own land,is not that considered terrorism in your opinion?and when Muslims try to take any small part of their rights,you call them terrorists! how fair!

I do not deny that some do wrong by attacking innocent people such as Sep.11th and London's attacks (if they are really Muslims who did), but these are the deeds of persons not the religion and don't forget that bin Laden who does this is made in America!!!!
As for the governments,they are not religious, if so,many things would have been better.

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