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Is this the world we live in?

Reader comment on item: Arabian Sex Tourism
in response to reader comment: Enough using the term "Arabs"!

Submitted by Jewel From Australia (Australia), Apr 10, 2006 at 10:05

- I agree that the sex tourism in the term used "ARAB" countries is wrong.
Is it not clear that it is everywhere and not only in the muslim or should i say "ARAB" countries.

I am an Australian and i know of many non muslim countries that have sex tourism and child trafficking. Why is it always aimed at the one race or religion. Todays Civilization is at war with their Beliefs in religion. Lately that is all i am hearing about. How the muslims did this the muslims did that.. There is good and bad in every race and every religion. I know of Muslims that are very peaceful and kind and i know ones that hide behind their religion. As a Christian in a Christian environment i do not know how discrimination affects these people, i can only just imagine!

Please stop refering to them as "arabs" or mocking their beliefs. They are human too and yes there may be the ones that act bad but thats not always the case, that is all we hear about the bad, never the good so instead of using the term as a whole sum it down and use the term majority therefore; there will be minimum offence taken...

keep the articles coming :-) Jewel
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