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Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Jul 10, 2006 at 23:29

Come on TB...Do you know what you want to say?. One minute you give credit then try to discredit it at the same time. As for your theory "not because moslems are bad, but because they ARE following Mohammed" so what do that makes me?. bad????? a law biding citizen who never had a criminal record, community for all, joined the military to protect my country because islam points out that a good muslim is the one who obeys the law of the land. and i feel that this is the most i can give for my country. ..myself! Unlike some of you people who sit on your rear ends at home and talk about what you think. If you want to make a difference then act on it and not talk about it.

As for christainity to be the largest religion and so called the rightous one. The numbers of murders,killers,rapist etc. It out numbers all faiths in unjustful acts. christanity has come a very long way and has made itself a great example in the eyes of man but not by a long shot is it perfect not yet.

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