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Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools

Submitted by A-Muslim (United States), May 26, 2006 at 11:21

Why are non-Muslims, particularly Christians of certain political orientation, so hell-bent in refuting Islam and anything Muslims? Perhaps the answers lies in the fact that their way of life is diminishing and they aren't convicted enough in their own self. A person who is confused of his own self tries to change others to his likings. That is the only way they can feel important or have a sense of purpose to live. Otherwise, they are just living creature devoid of any purpose. In the same vain, people debate, refute, debunk the other side only because they have weak faith in their own side.

My dear non-Muslims, please come back to reality. Cultures are dynamic. They do change in regards to religion, economics, politics, etc. Don't feel so bad if Islam is spreading faster than your hateful attitude toward anything Islamic. Most of southern Africa is Pagan or something else. Christian proselyters are changing that by converting thousands of Africans into Christianity. I don't see you all crying about that. After all, African way of life is being destroyed by outsiders.

Whatever way you decide to look at it, one thing will remain the same. That is you are wrong to be so anti-Islamics. Like it or not, Islam is here to stay both in this world and in West. There isn't much you can do aside from killing all the Muslim. Perhaps that's your secret desire. But it will never come to fruitation. The world will not stand to see 1.3+ billion Muslims being killed by warmongers. So it's better that you become friends with Muslims. We can all live side by side. And if your culture is superior and provides the most utility, people will flock to yours. And if Islam is the better one, then people will floak to Islam.

Don't be jealous. Let the best man win.

May Allah bless you all with Islam. I'd like nothing more of you than to call you my brothers and sisters in Islam.


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