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Submitted by ANWAR YOUSIF ARABI (Sudan), Mar 29, 2006 at 07:36

nowadays the have been harsh critisim of Islam ,mainly from those who do not really know what does realy Islam mean. its there for he duty of those true muslims to stand beside this international religion to defend it against the unjustified attack of those who have an offensive sense to islam. in my own opinion its true, there are some people considering themselves as true defenders of islam ,but in fact they are not defending islam for they are not realy concerned with this issue. hey just try to gain the confidence of thoe simple people showing that they are heroes of islam in way that any ordinary person with moderate mentality would deny their allegations that they understand the true Islam.

the matter which paved the way to the religious externism where there are so many victims due to this bad sense of those un-concerned people with the true issue of Islamic principles .its true that we are living in a modern world where we should give up the traditional method of life made by our ancestors all through the distant periods of human civilization ,so we have to send a true message to those people who abuse the right of Islam in a wise way so that they may stop THE ATTROCITIES MADE AGAINST ISLAM AND MUSLIMS

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