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All Muslims are in danger!

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle

Submitted by Kamekish (India), Aug 10, 2006 at 04:12

21st century is putting too much pressure on the people from Muslim community. The children are forced to devote so much time in Mosque that when they grow old they find themselves lagging behind their counterparts. Muslim women as such are at loss. They are powerless soul in Burqua. The Muslim families are forced to live a substandard life. Their growth remains restricted.

The overall backwardness of Muslims even in prosperous society is dangerous to the peace and order. You can not rely on any Muslims in that pretext. Muslim leaderships have to come out openly to accept these ground realities to save their next generation from becoming mass terrorists.

In India too, moderate Muslims speak against terror but unable to guide youngsters towards need for order and growth. This results in massive backwardness of Muslim people. They are illiterate. They are deprived. They hardly experience freedom. Their ladies suffer from the hand of their own family members. Brothers are killing sisters. Fathers are butchering daughters on the name of community pride. They are left behind.

In the existing situation believing on Muslims are risky venture. There is a need of massive reforms in Muslim communities to get attached to main stream of the world.


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