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Woman of Islam

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: When will we learn?

Submitted by hos (Australia), Feb 6, 2006 at 04:42

There are a vast number of the followers of Islam who do not agree with what is happening in the would at the moment. They are also victims of these so called men who wish to cause violence and mayhem around the world. These men if we can call them that do not even have the courage to show their faces let alone stand up on there own and say what they believe. They need to hide and act in groups, they need to intimidate and act like animals. This is not what Islam teaches them. this is not why most choose to follow Islam. There are many who are also victims they are forced to hide and cover up, they are forced to walk in the shadow of these men it is not there choice to marry or how to dress or how to act.

The sooner the woman of Islam stands up and condemns these evil tyrants and show the rest of the would that Islam is not the violent, racist religion, the better off we all will be. If these men worked instead of making the woman work maybe they wouldn't have the time on there hands to ponder such horrid acts of terrorism that are currently being enacted around the would. I do not believe that the western would truly understand Islam or its people but we are not showing them how we really are by acting in this manner. Let us try to live together not apart or we all will continue to lose loved ones to this horrid disease that is now sweeping around the world.

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