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Hiding under Muslim Names

Reader comment on item: More Converts to Terrorism

Submitted by Romana Manesceau (Singapore), Nov 2, 2006 at 19:58

You called yourselves with Muslim Names, what you write is another thing altogether. Even bona fide Christians, Catholics and Jews who shared abrahamic traditions and believe in the almighty will not say those words to muslims and vice-versa. Respecting others will bring respect to yourselves. Your religion is yours to keep and practice and so is mine.

I'd rather have christian/jewish friends as neighbours than Muslim Hypocrites who do nothing but criticise and cause the different communities to fight. ...

Lets learn to accept other people as they are. Learn to live in a multi cultural, multi religious community. Lets call for more positive dialogs after all we are actually praying to the same god and god obviously do not want his children to fight. Make peace not war, brother.

To my Muslim Brothers, please do not over-react, We believe in God's judgement. Let him decide. What we do will ultimately splash back on the Ummah.

To the others, there is limit to free speech. Like smoking, You can smoke all you want as long as I don't have to smell the smoke. And don't say bad thing about Islam and especially our beloved prophet, that really tees me off. Adios Amigos.


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