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To Mamdouh M: Christians remember their religions when they confront Islam.

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Everyone in coming out in this true picture

Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Feb 18, 2006 at 12:17

Dear Mamdouh M,

It is common sense that any one who feels her/himself belong to civilized world should show respect to religious values. Allah has educated Muslims to do so. Muslims only obeys to Allah.
They recognise Jesus and Moses as messengers and criticize only their followers, as written in Quran. This is a great discipline and obedience to Allah.

Allah overruled the legitimacy of religions before Islam, namely Christianity and Judaism. Quran explains this verdict in details so that Muslims can understand and accept Quran. That's why there are many verses against Christianity and Judaism.

A few cartoons have united Muslims easily. If the case were for Jesus there would be no protest at large scale. Not at all. Christians remember their religions when they confront Islam. What a pity for them. This is the real difference between Muslims and non-Muslims.


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