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in response to reader comment: The Two-Edged Sword of Islam

Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Feb 28, 2006 at 11:09

Sir.Sword the very worthy of respect opponent :)

i've missed the chance to comment on your recent articles such as 9/11 fahrenheit and the related comments "work was taking nearly all my time !" but i've got your point of view and some other ones,and i'd say i'm a bit surprised to know that moores' movie is a fake,based on twisting the truth and manipulating the facts as all of you described it..

some shots seemed reasonable and real to me like "collecting soldiers" for Iraqi war from the unemployed, jobless young people in streets.. US senators who refused their sons participation at that war after their approval for declaring war against Iraq..knowing it's a national duty..and other facts which i cannot recall well.
i don't know! perhaps you could enlighten me more with the truth.

And for "Justme". Ma'am, i'll be grateful if you showed us a brief summary about that "Fahrenhype" movie because it's not very reachable to the most of us, plus it can't be found on official legal movie sites incase we wanted to read its biography.

Important subject you've displayed in here and surely i'll manage some time to write along study explaining the difference between sunni,shiite,wahabism,sufism..Ahmadiyya etc and their Fundamentalism.

and maybe offering historical facts about who is considered to be right and wrong from the true Islamic perspective...

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