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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Citizens of the same planet, like it or not

Submitted by Cor (United States), Oct 2, 2006 at 07:57

Read my Quiz Time post and YOU will get an education. These are facts that HAPPENED! There is no disputing them. With that kind of track record what are we suppose to think? You know the old saying "One bad apple spoils a whole bunch" If Islam is truly a peaceful religion, then why don't the muslims clerics and people stand up and say "That is enough!"?

Let me guess, it's the TV conspiracy keeping them from voicing their opinion. How do you explain the thousands, possibly millions of Muslims that where rioting in the streets all over the world killing innocent people and burning churches over a drawing of Mohammed and a few the Koran pages being used as toilet paper? I keep hearing that it a minority that is doing this. Just remember 49% can be the minority.

Then they call on the Pope to be tried under Muslims law for what the Pope said. Like the Catholics recognize Muslims law, how arrogant. This don't sound like voice of the minority. I did know a Muslim some years ago, long before 9/11. He treated his wife like a dog. She always had to be completely covered, seen but not heard and always had to ride in the back of the car while his son rode in the front seat. Not to mention he was extremely arrogant.


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