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A misunderstanding, I think

Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools
in response to reader comment: Dis-convicted self.

Submitted by C Dailey (United States), Jun 3, 2006 at 23:59

Please try to understand, I am not trying to bash Iaslam in any way. While some few may be arguing against you for the reason of their status or coming status as a minority, I do not. Along with this, is your argument against people that are against Islam, or against anything. If you are saying that those that are anti-Islamic are wrong, then what reason do you have for saying that Islam is Truth? I know that I would like to see it. If you are against those that are against anything, then you yourself cannot hold yourself to that standard, if that "law" is true, then the fact the you are intolerant of intolerant people means that you are wrong!


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