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I am so grateful to Sword and JustMe

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: There is a silver lining in every cloud - rejoice Muslims

Submitted by Wild Wild West (Sweden), Mar 13, 2006 at 04:49

I agree with Hind Samy. I am the one who debated with fellow Muslims when the cartoon row erupted. I remember I called them silly and blind and sided with my western friends at work who had always been tolerant and nice. But a few weeks ago when I saw comments at this board I was really suprised to see some people's views about us. I felt an urge to defend my religion.. this kind of feelin I never had before. May be now I am more religious than I was in December 2005.

Thank you, Sword and JustMe for your kind contribution in the process of strenghening the bonds among me, my faith, and the fellow Muslims. And I am sorry, Sword, if I had been too rude with you at some point in time. I sould actually be thankful to you, Sword ( I never used your full pen-name because I thought you were insulting my religion by using that name. That inspired me to take MY name as wild wild west..). Now I believe the your name 'Sword of Islam' is absoutely justified.


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