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Islam is one of the great civilizations of human beings

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 14, 2006 at 14:30

Humans are free. They are not supposed to ask permission from God for their bad or god actions. All three religion says humans will be rewarded or punished according to their actions. Only messengers had a chance o be in contact with God. They gave similar messages. Being good person, obeying the rules of law, helping others etc. Then, It is ridiculous to claim that Christianity is religion of love or Islam is that of violence. We are all humans, we are neither angel nor devil. There are bad Christians or bad Muslims. God will punish them sooner or later.

In civilized countries the crimes are individual. If you committed a crime your family is not responsible. Although this was the case in the past. we still see the in some brutal regimes. There is one more dangerous obstacle the world should overcome. When bad people commit a crime their religion is seen as the source of crime. I think we humans are not civilized yet.

Nuray

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