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Reader comment on item: Islamophobia?
in response to reader comment: Women in Islam, Christianity, and Judaism (to dear Lisa)

Submitted by Paul (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 19:30

I was a muslim who later converted to Christianity because of the love and sacrifice that I have seen in the Bible. I know how women were treated in an Islamic country because I am a Turkish teenager and immigrated to America. There is no need to talk about woman in Islam. In Islam man can have as much woman as they want just like a livestock. I can not put verses from Bible nor Koran but I can tell you that woman in Islam treated like an animal. I know this becasue I have seen it. Muslims kill woman because of their honor.Also man can divorce from their wife at any time.

I do not need to say anything about this subject becasue everything is obvious, woman in Islam has no rights except the ones who live in Europe and America.
Lastly I can also tell you about God's love for you.
John 3:16 " For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have ever lasting life."
This verse explains everything about God's love. Time to open your eyes to the Love of Christ.

If you are muslim or not I would like you to know that there is the Son of God who died for you. I could not reject His love. There is no way you can reject it. just believe by faith.


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