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Christianity..Peace? I don't think so...

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by A PROUD MUSLIM (United States), Mar 21, 2006 at 20:16

First of all, I am an Islamic historian and a global historian. These are some things Christians do that Muslims can scarcely imagine:

-wasting money for STRIP JOINTS (please, wasting money for dancing nude women is a waste of money)
-Christians threw Native Americans off lands because they are selfish and never think of other people and they brought slaves to America and not by the Arabs
-Muslims never drink of do drugs and Christians totally love their alcoholics
-Christians from Spain and England persecuted Muslims and Jews for their beliefs
-Christians mostly rape,murder, sexually harass,etc.
-Christians use sexual intercourse for pornography and for the "fun" of it.
-Muslim women never go to beaches and wear bikinis and disrespect their religion
-I mean come on, some Christians never go to church on Sunday..(wow)
-My son has games all rated E for Everyone and his Christian "buddies" have T or M rated games

Finally, Muslims do not emphasize hatred nor murder.

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