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CHRISTIANITY IS NOT EVIL

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in response to reader comment: Christianity is more "fundamentalist" and "evil" than Islam

Submitted by MARIA ROSA (United States), Feb 5, 2006 at 22:20

WHEN YOU SEE BAGS OF "AID" BEING DROPPED TO RELIEF PEOPLE IN FAMINE THEY USUALLY SAY USA (A PREDOMINANTLY CHRISTIAN COUNTRY) NOT SAUDI ARABIA OR EGYPT? DON'T BASH MODERN DAY CHRISTIANITY BECAUSE CHRISTIANS ARE THE PEOPLE DOING THE MOST HUMANITARIAN WORK. BESIDE, LOOK AT THE LIFE OF CHRIST VS MUHAMMED- NO COMPARISON TO THAT ONE! MOTHER TERESA VS ? SORRY, I CAN'T THINK OF A MUSLIM WHO HAS IMPACTED THE WORLD AS MUCH AS HER!!!!
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