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No credit to islam for mohammad ali

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Why Christians hate Muslims.....

Submitted by Habibi Love (India), Aug 13, 2006 at 06:01

Muslims , on the name of jehad kill civilians and whine when civilians get killed in attack by israel. They never regret how taliban treated women ,and at the same time they thing islam gives respect to women. If some muslims are doing good personally , they credit it to islam, as if mohammad ali was taught boxing by holy Quran.

Just because islam will be the biggest religion when it comes to numbers , doesnt mean peace will prevail. If Christians and other religion people were not a creation of "Allah" why are the muslims worried about them? And who gave them the right to kill them. If you dare , kindly create a life in laboratory if you can, without using anything that is non natural. If you cant create , dont destroy. And for God's Sake there are things that are greater than any islam or christianity . If God wanted, he could have "inbuilt" islam in everyone. And he didnt need any mohammad to write a book of his words.

May God give intellect to Islamic fundamentalists and extremists...

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