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Proud muslim or chauvinist?

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Christianity..Peace? I don't think so...

Submitted by Abdul Rahman Reijerink (Australia), Jun 30, 2006 at 09:21

sorry "proud Muslim" if that is your real name, but you need to get into the real world.

firstly, it is a sin to attack christianity the way you are, aberrant readings of Christianity may have led to the Conquest and slavery but Jesus As never promoted such things so how can you attribute them to his faith?

You must not know many muslims if you have never met one who looked at pornography, paid a prostitute or drank alcohol or gambled etc... sin is part of our nature (it says so in the Qur'an too).

What has a muslim woman at a beach got to do with anything?

Christians do not have a monoply on rape murder or any other vice except possibly by virtue of their numbers. All cultures have people that do these things, all religions. including ours. The proportions are fairly even too.

You do not need to attack people like that to reclaim the truth as you see it about Muslims.


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