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Do not judge a book by its cover

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in response to reader comment: I hate Islam dark ideology. Lets do something

Submitted by uzma (Tanzania), Apr 12, 2006 at 08:26

You should not judge a book by by its cover, and neither by its author. Do you personally know that the author of these books you read? then how you know he is a muslim? he could be lying, there are many who do that.
as 4 you hating Islam, you probably have not met MUSLIMS. the ones you know ar eby name. just like there are many christians by name.there is a John who killed 13 people. any proof he is christian???????????or muslim?!
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