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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Freedom Rights or offensive rights

Submitted by Not-Muslim YET from Germany (Germany), Feb 2, 2006 at 09:03

No,I didnt expect anything from you.With Non-Muslim I was referring to myself.I wanted to point out that there can be Non Muslims(=Me) who got a different point of view from the common one,thats it.I dont ask anything from you,I was hoping to make you think but I know very well its not possible and you reaction shows it aint.I dont even blame you coz it took me 1,5 years to get the point of view I got now so who am I to expect you to change yours or only think a bit with my single entry.My intention was to point out things the way I see them.That time I changed my mind by reading lots and lots of such things,thats why I said maybe I can make you think.
Also if you read my last entry you could read from it that I said contact should not happen UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES but that I also pointed out that Quran states good relations(helpin each other,stating the goodness and equality of those who believe in one God).

I also said that communication is a thing that Muslims miss,that Muslims refuse to explain themselves very often,its in my last entry,maybe you didnt read it.Thats why I agree with your last point and therefore you can maybe see that Im not all blinded coz I DO see mistakes on both sides.Communication is an important mean of understanding and understanding is a mean of peace so definetly,Muslims have to open up and communicate...but also Non-Muslims gotta open up to Muslims.Its always both sides.

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