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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by Eric Friel (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 17:40

I think your facts are mistaken.

First of all, I am a new age christain. And you are obviously a newb muslim. I dont hate you. A matter of fact, I am most tolerant.

In the next 50 years, there will be no majority. And they suspect that people will balance each other out.

And as for Muslims whooping on christians, what are you? a militant muslim. I hate Osama Binladen. I hate terrorists. He will answer for what he did.

And the only notable victory by a muslim over direct christian rule was of Salihadin. excuse my bad spelling.

Other than that the main muslim empire tried to enter Europe through Spain in the 1470's through 1480's. The spanish defeated them. With a result of thousands of arab casualties.


Ever since 911, alqueda has been virtually dismembered. The taliban has been kicked out of Afganistan, Iraq has freedom of religion, and more that 250,000 terrorists, and insurgents have been killed by U.S. Military force alone.

If this is a history of great honorable muslim victory and christian failure, and hatred, then I am a sheeps uncle.

Peace be with you, and GOD BLESS YOU AND AMERICA.

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