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re muslim turned christian

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: To Ahmad Z, Bader S, Harrak and Mu'een Ud Deen

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 16:52

my take on it is any denoucement of any religion that believes in one true G-d is considered turning your back on G-d period. but i do'nt think they should kill him because of his change people change everyday. maybe he'll change back maybe he want it. does'nt matter the point is if he a productive citizen. but we are talking about afghanistan, see in the koran it is stated that and good muslim is one who obeys the laws of the land. and in this country it is the law. he should have maybe moved to europe or america but with both sides crying about immigration why?. i think he should be left alone to pratcie his religion. islam is a very very strict faith and if one really practice islam in its true entirey. it leaves little room to transpire was negative issue. christanity isnt as strict as islam and believe that sins are forgiven no matter how much you sin. to some maybe you cant blame him but to me. G-d gave us rules to follow and even though if we ask for forgiveness we are not required to commit the sin again. to keep on doing as such is a mockery and just as a parent will, there will be disipline.

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