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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Will the Real Sword of Islam please stand up! Morteza read, rhetoric of hate, instigating bigotry, deliberate lies, fake Sword exposed.

Submitted by PCMadness (New Zealand), Apr 17, 2006 at 21:32

"Submitted by Anonymous, Apr 14, 2006 at 11:17

For once, you're correct Justme.
Yes, we are all but one. Black, white, brown, yellow, rich, poor- we have one identity- we are Muslim. Islam binds us with a sacred bond of compassion and sympathy. Wherever we are, we are never away from this ties. This is called Islamic ummah, and you will not be able to fathom how deep it is. For you people, it seems that like the gods, the followers are also divided into portions."

So where's the compassion and sympathy when Shias and Sunnis blow the crap out of each other as they have done for the best part of 800 years? Are they not your brothers? Where is your Islamic ummah then?

You only unite to slate and attack the west whilst still persisting with your own infighting. It would seem to me that muslims are an oxymoron.

It is your hypocritical contradictions that fuel the mistrust being shown towards all muslims. Too right, we shouldn't trust you. you say one thing, do another and then blame someone else or deny it ever happened.

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