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Read the quran properly

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: what does islam need from christian people

Submitted by MHM (Sri Lanka), Feb 21, 2006 at 15:11

I am a convert from Islam to Christianity. Not only myself, the change is gradually taking place in our family circle one by one our relatives are also converting.

Quran teaches how to deal with non muslim in a particular manner. If you say that is love then there is nothing foolish like that.

We were threatended to be killed if we were to convert since we live in a muslim country. Only muslims are allowed to live here. Fearing this so many who wanted to convert are scared of capital punishment which is the law here for conversion.

Trust me on this. If there was no muslim law in the world 80% of the today's muslims would have converted to christianity. The extreme radical muslims hold the law as the defence and prosecute everyone.

...Islam is a religion which tries to justify every criminal activity under its name. You kill someone and can escape if you say that you did it for the god. Everyone has the right to kill for religious purposes. The humanitarian org should look into this. A person has the right to decide on his religion no one can force them. If anyone found to be a christian or jew , Islam allows them to be killed.
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