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Difference between Christians and Muslims

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in response to reader comment: Similarities among the three Monotheistic Religions

Submitted by Rebekah (United States), Feb 2, 2006 at 23:24

When Christians and Christmas were attacked by the liberal left, Christians went to court and to press to fight their assaults and win their battles.

Muslims, on the other hand, take to their physical weapons, burning effigies in the streets and killing people (like the Dutchman). When Muslims celebrate their trip to Mecca, they have a ritual known as stoning and then they beat themselves in the head until they bleed.

Big difference in how we settle our differences! As far as I can tell, there is absolutely no similarity between the Christian religion and the religion of Islam.

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