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in response to reader comment: Zafire, Muslims Good and Great People

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Aug 10, 2006 at 23:07

Yes!! I did make a commit of that nature. And indeed people who obey the laws of the land and the laws that were sent before us are good people. Now one must i believe use good judgment according to what types of laws their land or government,country portrays.

Now ur question was why certain groups of muslim fight among eachother? Now with that issue sunni believe in mohammad(pbuh) as the last prophet while the shi'itte believe that his cousin was his successor. for this reason parts of the religion has been splite and for that reason they fight. most of your terrorist are shi'ittes from my understanding.

look at the current issues in iraq were the sunnis are asking for more help from the US to stop shi'itte from murdering sunnis and running canidates.

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