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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
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Submitted by Anon (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 15:32

I was raised "catholic". I basically believe in living a decent life, have a nice job, family and help those who need help.

Christians, and the rest do not hate muslims. We hate muslims that are FANATICS, just like christian fantatics. I bet Will Smith, or Muhammed Ali would not throw stones, or kill if someone made fun of Muhammad. As far as im concerned you can insult JESUS and i would not care. What matters is what I think. Hell, i say "Damn You God" when i'm mad. I bet im not going to hell. (I bet there is no Hell).

Untill we all learn to accept who we live with, that there are good and bad people, you guys in the middle east will keep living with the fear of a bomb dropping on your house, or a car blowing up near you.

Yes Muslim is the fastest growing religion, but not the fanatics. And I bet, not all of them fall on their knees daily to pray.

Ive learned that Faith is actually a way of finding yourself. Some people need to believe others dont. Does that mean those who dont believe are wrong?

TO MUSLIMS I SAY BE STRONG IN YOUR FAITH.

TO FANATICS, FANATICS OF ISLAM I SAY - ...YOU!!!

PS. I HAVE LEBANESE DESCENDANCE, HAVE READ THE BIBLE, KORAN, DAHMMAPADA, TAO TE KIN, AND IN ESSENCE THEY ALL SAY THE SAME THING.
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