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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Why killing a peace activist ?

Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Mar 14, 2006 at 06:07

Just when i was about to think that we've got an understanding or at least some self respect for each other beliefs somehow. Someone or Something pops up with another crazy claim.."sigh!"

"one billion people" serve a false prophet and love him despite the fact that he was a brigandish
... murderer, how does that oblige the rest of us, the non-insane people, to "respect" such a
figure? To heck with that. And to heck with pretending to respect Mahomet out of fear"

1- Calling our prophet a "false..brigandish... murderer"
2- Accusing a whole nation with insanity.
Although reasoning with the likes of you can really cause a serious damage to my brain
arteries,but god help me i'll be patient with you as much as possible.
Mr educated ..whatever ! provide a visual proof (written manuscripts,links to decent websites)
that includes the sources of your informations .It's possible too if you could collect some sharp
evidences from our book or any other that refers to the prophet as a bandit or a serial killer(e.g
statements from those innocent people who were mugged by him,pictures of his victims

(Oh and by the way it's "Muhammad" PEACE BE UPON HIM not "Mahomet" at least spell it right if you claim to know much about him !!! )

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