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Excuse me Justme, don't give misinformation to Danish/American..

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Is this true information about the Muslims ? or is it a conspiracy ?

Submitted by Sarah (Sweden), Mar 30, 2006 at 16:46

Sorry to interrupt you justme and Danish/American,

(justme just said:I wasn't calling or even referring to you as a pagan. I didn't know that was considered a religion actually. I was making reference that anything non-Muslim is considered by them to be pagan. (one who has little or no religion and who delights in sensual pleasures and material goods) That's what the dictionary says, but I've always thought pagan meant worldly or heathen, I guess.)

Justme don't blame the Muslims for your own fault. You did not know what Pagan meant. Why did you say that anything 'non-Muslim' is pagan to the Muslim? Where did you get that info? Why should all non-Muslims be pagan, when paganism has its own characteristics? For example, Jews are non-Muslims, but they are not Pagans!!!

Justme, I think you should say sorry for your irresponsible comments and for trying to put the blame on Muslims. Don't give imaginary and, yes, concocted information about Islam. Thats not expected from a mature person.

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