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A christian from Pakistan.

Reader comment on item: Spreading Islam in American Public Schools
in response to reader comment: The teaching of Islam in California middle schools

Submitted by Najum Tasneem (Pakistan), Aug 17, 2006 at 11:56

This is very bad and more bad the relaxation of USA govt to other faiths, Here in Pakistan its a Islamic state and was liberated in 1947 and the christians are still not allowed to build any new church the goverment doesnot allow. and still the christans are hated and discriminated against and not even given opportunities in good posts or to live better life are not allowed nor to have the key jobs in govt depts.

Christians are forced theatened and paid off to change over their faith to Islam which many with fear they convert to Islam just to save their life and families. I have a lot more real stories of these affected Christian families here in Pakistan.But who cares.

America should not allow Muslims that much freedom that thay will create many problems. Just Keep them in limits. Thanks for time May God continue in blessing America and its citizens And may God bless more US President Bush for his Christ following nature to make this world a safer place to live.

In His blood and body relation, A christian brother. Najum Tasneem. Lahore-Pakistan


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