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Inaya, it is your religion!

Reader comment on item: Guarding the Secrets: Palestinian Terrorism and a Father's Murder of His Too-American Daughter
in response to reader comment: understanding the arab culture

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 30, 2006 at 10:03

What crazy pill are you taking that you can't see that the death of that young girl was directly because she was Muslim. It is definitely taught in their religion. It's called Sharia law. Please don't sit there blind to what happened to this poor child. And please don't try to blind others to exactly what is going on in that situation and now in the situation that we are all dealing with in this world. It's called honor killings and it is part of their religion. Look it up on the internet, you'll be amazed how many human beings are murdered each year by their own families due to Islam teachings. Not just in those backward countries, their evil fingers reach all the way into our countries and demand the blood of those who are not following Allah in the correct fashion. So if you want to sit there blind, fine. But please don't lie and try to make others blind also. Thank you, very much, Inaya.


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