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It is wrong to make fun of any religion, but Muslims do it

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Submitted by basha (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 11:27

Muslims always attack all other religions. They call non-Mulims as infidels. This stems from their firm belief that they are the only RIGHT RELIGION. Again, this is taken from their Holy Quran that say" You (Muslims) are the best nation, and Islam is the TRUE RELIGION"

I am attaching an edicit from Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately it is written in Arabic. It is about whether giving flowers to hospital patients is within the teaching of Islam. The Saudi Sheikhs stated clearly that this is a tradition that came from the Infidels (meaning Christians, Jews etc). Notice this is the highest religion authority in the Muslims world calling Christians and Jews as infidels. We do not feel insulted and we have not burnt Muslim embassies because we are more civilized. I wish you can translate this edicit for the benefit of your readers. Muslims always feel that it is their right to insult others, but they can not take insults to their regligion. In Egypt they always make fun of the Christians and burn their churches. It is their right.
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