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in response to reader comment: Everyone is presenting Islam wrong

Submitted by Prem (India), Oct 18, 2006 at 06:13

Isn't smart to do things that will convince everyone that Islam is right rather than blaming that everyone is presenting Islam wrong? I am a non-Muslim but acquainted and still has best Muslim friends. While every Muslim does everything to pretend others are mistaking their religion, no moderate Muslim boldy speak or raise his/her voice against fanatics and mullahs who mislead the mass. This is a fundamental problem with Muslims. They make hue and cry that their religion is misrepresented. What is the point in taking double standards? Either you accept every fellow human as friend and live peacefully. Or else involve in forceful conversion, calling non-Muslims are 'sinners', etc and face the wrath. Don't blame others. Instead take moral responsibllity for terrorist attacks and take brutal action against those fanatics.

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