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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: U ... Kafirs (NoN Believers).

Submitted by Abdul Rahman Reijerink (Australia), Jun 4, 2006 at 11:34

Brother, you ought to be ashamed of what you spewed forth to testfy against you on Judgement Day.

How dare you call non-Muslims Kaffirs. That is down right sinful, all you can do is call them non-muslims. How do you know that they deny the truth of the oneness of Allah, can you read their hearts?, did you make dowah to them convinve them of the truth and then have them spit in your face? I am ashamed to be associated with your comments.

Since when did a Muslim learn how to behave by emulating the worst of the non-Muslims? Our model is the Prophet Muhammad SAWS, did he ever rejoice in the death of a non-muslim? Even those who persecuted him? How can you call the invasion of Iraq an attack on Islam this is just stupid. It is an attack on people who happen tobe Muslims. Remember, it is our brothers, the so called Mujihadeen, how dare they take that name, who are now spilling most of the muslim blood. To save the life of a single human being (not just muslim) is to save all of humanity, to kill a single human being (not just muslim) is to kill all of humanity.

You would serve yourself better by praying for peace and hidayet to all rather than exulting in war.

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