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Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: Responses to my constant critics

Submitted by Richard B. (United States), Aug 15, 2006 at 17:26

Nabil : Defending quran and Mohammed's violent life is a losing battle (as I have been reading the available material from both camps)... It works only in Islamic countries where you can shut mouths by threats and cutting throats.The truths is that the facts are stacked up islam and Mohammed. You dont seem to see them because you have been brainwashed since birth. Dazed with blind faith and fear of hellfire you refuse to face the facts.

More you say islam is a religion of peace worse is the backlash . It is not helping your cause. CAIR does it all the time and is getting very unpopular. Actually only ex-muslims are helping the image of muslim named people in the west . They show that all muslims are not blind faith sheeps and non thinking zombies and can think for themselves.

There are millions of ex-muslims islamic countries also but keep their mouths shut under blapemy laws. I think Pervez Musharaf of Pakistan is one of them couragious ex-muslim in the hide of a muslim name and so was M A Jinnah , and Ataturk of Turkey. Islamists have already tried to kill Musharaf many times.

Only such people give hope to the west otherwise the extremists with the morals upport of moderate muslims are out to destroy us all.


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