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Sarah, Where are Muslims Against Terrorism?

Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
in response to reader comment: The media distorts Islam

Submitted by Abbie (Israel), Aug 16, 2006 at 06:35


If what you write is true, then where are all the Muslims against terrorism? If there are soo many out there, then why are they silent? Silence is basically agreement! If the Muslim people do not want to be called terrorist they have a few choices:

1. Group together against terrorism and show the terrorists that you do not want them to associate the terrorism with Islam.

2. Stop committing terrorist acts all over the world.

3. Stop preaching hatred, intolerance and lies. Teach peace and the value of life.

4. Do something good in the name of Islam. While the Jews are aquiring Nobel prizes and inventions to help mankind the only thing that the Muslims have invented or added to humanity in the last 100 years is terrorism.

If the Muslims really wanted the world to see them differently they would do some of these things, but since they don't it is clear that the Muslims are intolerant, self-hating, non-productive beings. Please open your eyes to what Islam means today...terrorism and problems in the world and nothing more!



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