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Muslim 4 lyf,

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: U ... Kafirs (NoN Believers).

Submitted by Nik (United Kingdom), Mar 3, 2006 at 17:49

Muslim 4 lyf, I'm afraid you are seriously deluded. I think that anyone who allows their own free will to be shaped/distorted/whatever into thinking along the lines of some dodgy ancient text (with the aid of "imams/priests/vicars/rabbis/other) without serious concrete proof of some god or intelligent designer/supreme being/alien input is utterly lost as a human being. Your willingness to suspend your disbelief is child-like and it staggers me. I am utterly unable to comprehend how anyone could decide to like or hate another person based on which version of the religion faery tale they believe in. Incomprehensilble!

There is no god, so Jew, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Scientologists, Discordian, whoever you are, wake up and start thinking for yourselves before it's too late.

I'm a non believer and proud to say that I can think for myself - I don't need anyone or any faery tale book to tell me how to think.

Free your own mind and learn some true tolerance. In the mean time you have my pity.
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