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dhimmi no more

Reader comment on item: U.S. Improvising on Security Five Years After 9/11
in response to reader comment: For Ahmad Zafire and Islamic tafseer! and violence!

Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Sep 13, 2006 at 10:28

If you read the topic i wrote before you will see the proof. But to answer your question as to why G-d told mohammad(pbuh) to fight ?. This is what i talk about when i say we are so focused on peace, which we all want but in order to get there we have to face reality for what it is. Right now and ever since the world was created there has not been any peace. The human race is in a struggle to just obey the ten commandments sent before us. People talk about peace and living together but even if we can live together there are stiil some type of transgression that will go on. We are faced with this among all of us....Lets say all the races seperated and move to a part the world to live among themselves same goes for faith or sex gender. What will happen?

The same that happens today killing, belief in more then oneG-d, not honoring mother and father etc the ten commandment would still be broken. So the koran speaks for that knowing that man has not come to the point of full peacefullness yet. That the prophet(pbuh) had to fight to stay alive. This goes on today in the world.. what about the christians,jew and muslim that fight today?. Are they wrong, maybe they all have different reason why they fight. They all fight for justice for their kind regardless if we agree or not.


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