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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?

Submitted by Misfera Al-Qahtani (United Kingdom), Jan 3, 2003 at 22:57

i have a problem with people ...ignorant just enough not to look at the other side of the story.
having different views? its ok, just dont filter your words to be one sided.

Islam's mission to conquer the world, that's right. but it sounds bad the way you write it. The word 'Jihad'- i wonder if any one of you looked up a dictionary to see what it means? it is not physical jihad against innocent people. it is mostly a spiritual thing between me and myself, to let the better me rule. suicide attackers, Osama Bin Laden, that's not Jihad. that's terrorism, and so is the constant american bombings on the Iraqis, and the IDF frequent incursions to the occupied territories.
it's about time people start 'reading' in America, you produce so many books, but fail to read Quran, just quotes and quotes. misconceptions! try and do the journey your self, go on and do the journey, discover what Islam is, there's no such thing as radical Islam, or Militant Islam. there is white or Black, bad or Good, it's not Only Islam, then it is not my religion at all.
i have no problem with the Americans, lots of them live here in Kuwait. i have a problem with a totally biased government, and it is just too obvious to be denied or ignored.

so, Big Brother America, do not be afraid. i believe in what you believe, i Love Jesus Christ, i love Moses.. what's the big problem if you love Mohammed as well? fine, dont love him, just understand some true facts for God's sake!
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