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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Islam Is Seeking World Domination

Submitted by Dinesh Patel (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 17:43

If you don't have any problem with that, why whine when the shoe is on the other foot>>>

who has the problem with who?

I didn't know that Western countries don't allows copies of the Quran into their countries.
(the Saudi government desecrates and burns Bibles that its security forces confiscate at immigration points into the kingdom or during raids on Christian expatriates worshiping privately)

I didn't know that Christians are not allowed to convert to Islam
(It remains illegal under Islamic law for Muslims to change their legal religious status to Christian, since this 'insults' Islam )

I didn't know Mosques were being destroyed in western countries.
(true no churches or synagogues have been destroyed in Saudi Arabia since it was established in 1932 —because none have been allowed)

I didn't know it was illegal to practise Islam in private gatherings in Western countries
(Last April, 40 Pakistani Christians including men, women and children were arrested for holding prayers in a private home in Riyadh. Needless to say, their prayer-books were confiscated.)

I didn't know Western leaders have openly said they wish to stop Islam in their countries.
(In Iran, where the president has repeatedly said, "I want to stop Christianity in this country," a few months later, a Protestant pastor was murdered because he himself converted from Islam. It is important to note that all five schools of Islamic law agree that the penalty for conversion - "apostasy" - is death.)

why are you people so blind to what is happening in your countries but so quick to point faults at others?

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