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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Read this and tell me what Islam is.....

Submitted by Brandon (United States), Jan 7, 2007 at 00:32

White men are responsible for most of the great advancements our world has seen. We went to the moon, developed light, figured out how to pasturize food, developed nuclear technology, made all the advancements in modern buisness, genome mapping, pharmaceutical technology, computers, internet, the list goes on and on.

What have muslims done for the world? Oh, they loan each other money without interest because it is against sharia law, which is why most things are unaffordable in muslim countries or muslim countries are impoverished. I mean is it just me, or do muslims have to nothing to offer as far as major contributions to the world? And as far as women go, I think when mohammed sat down and wrote the Koran( oh wait, he didn't...know how to write, or read for that matter) a person who could swing a sword was more important than a person who could give birth, which is probably why women have such an inferior status in the Koran.

No ones cares about muslims and we all realize what Jesus said was a million times smarter than what mo said. Why won't muslims just accept the truth, everything they touch, along with their god, turns to crap. Saudi Arabia is only successful 'cus it happen to be at the right place at the right time, over oil, which fueled the cars that were built by white men.


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