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Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict XVI and the Koran
in response to reader comment: Why do people convert to Islam?

Submitted by Asad Ahmed (Pakistan), Jan 27, 2006 at 08:23

Dear Xtian,

I cannot express my views fluently due to bad english but as much I can I will.

You write here something which do not exist, you said, that Poor People convert to ISLAM due to the Zakat or alm then why Rich people converted to ISLAM , well and secondly ISLAM donot says that White should be prefered on the Black or Black should prefered on White , The base of being righteous in ISLAM depends on the his character.

Secondly you said , Islam teaches about fighting, this is something who no one can believe, If you look around yourself, you will find that , people from Different religion killing Muslims ,if you see in Serbia, there many muslims killed by Melasovich, if you see in Iraq Many Muslims killed by America If you see in Afghanistan many muslims again killed by America, if you talk about the OSAMA or SADDAM Hussain, now the whole world know they were born by America or CIA for their Interests in the Southeast Asia and Arab Regimes.

So Please do not place false comments against Islam.

Regards:Asad Ahmed

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