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Muslimah...why do you need to practice religion in a fun park?

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in response to reader comment: Abbie

Submitted by Abbie (Israel), Jan 24, 2007 at 04:16

Don't you think practicing religion is something you should do at home or at the proper place like a mosque? If the Muslims do not like being seen as terrorists, why don't they group together against the terrorist and terrorism? Being silent is being in agreement to the terrorists. How many days go by in which the Muslims do not cause terrorists acts somewhere in the world? STOP THE TERRORISM AND CHANGE THE POPULAR OPINIONS OF MUSLIMS! Stop trying to separate yourselves and try to assimilate...

if you want to be with Muslims only, there are at least 20 countries to choose from. countries in which no Jews are allowed to enter at all. But please do not try to change the countries which are free into being only Muslim too. You are either against the terrorism or for it...so try to tell all your families and friends to join the fight against terrorism if you want to do something positive. Have you tried to write to Hamas and tell them to recognize Israel? Written to Iran and told them that Israel has a right to exist? There are ways to change your own situation and it is not by writing to me.


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