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Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
in response to reader comment: Reply To:Jaladhi

Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Jun 29, 2006 at 12:09

To Sohail

1) the contradictions in the kuran do not vanish because you point to the contradictions in some other book. 2) the kuran came 600 years after the new testament hence the kuran's contradictions are less excusable. 3) the kuran contains not only contradictions but also mistakes, idiocies and manipulations through intimidation and by misuse of the naivete of some weak-minded human beings. 4) remember that islam satifies several criteria of being a fascist ideology (islam is not the only fascist ideology - you do not have to tell us that). 5) islam is presently the most aggressive and expansionist fascist ideology and hence needs immediate attention and restriction if the non-muslims do not wish to be exterminated.

It is childish to point to others mistakes when someone points to yours. That is not the way to conduct a healthy honest useful debate. There are many muslim websites where the mistakes in non-islamic ideologies are sufficiently spoken about with much hatred and ridicule.


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