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Ms Hoshiko Got it wrong

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Submitted by LT Sean ABD (United States), Oct 19, 2006 at 07:21

Ms hoshiko has an idea that Islam and the Quran want to dominate and overthrow , and that muslims are here to take advantge of what is offered by the constitution, AND I say To you Ms Hoshiko, as a American Muslim that you are so wrong, for the US Constitution is Islamic By nature and you need to do is do a little research and you will see how muslims in the golden age of Islam were.

As a muslim American, i find Comments like this to be of lack of knowledge about a religion,culture and people. You Need to study and broaden your Knowledge base, The Holly Quran is a very democratic guide that has given people rights and protected women's rights more than 1500 years ago. Neither the japanese law nor the US constitution has done that. Therfore, get Accilmated with a faith that is now days the fastest growing in the world even with all the propaganda surrounding it today.

Sean ABD (LT US ARMY VET).

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