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Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Where are you good muslims?

Submitted by a muslim (United States), Jan 24, 2007 at 22:46

well, all i want to say is that i see that there is a lot of terror going on right now, caused by muslim countries and america etc.. we all know that america in majority is christian right? and iraq or afghanistan are majority in islam. now when afghanistan or iraq do something harmful it comes straight up that ITS A MUSLIM, ISLAM IS A HORRIBLE RELGION etc.. but when america does something harmful, no one talks about a specific religon causing destruction.

my point is, when a muslim or a person who considers him/herself a muslim does something bad like killing , war etc its all what they do not what islam says so. when a christian jew hinduism or anyother relgion does anything that isnt allowed in their religion we shouldnt ever say that judaism is bad or christians are killers or anything like that, cause where just putting blame which isnt true .

My point is that JUST BECAUSE A MuSLIM BOMBS A COUNTRY DOESNT MEAN HE IS foLLOWING THE PATH OF ISLAM, AND THE ONE WHO ISNT FOLLOWING THE PATH ISNT A MUSLIM . we should be calling the people who do all this bad stuff (and that can be anyone) as terrorists or what ever. DONT BLAME THE RELGION OR THE REST OF THE COMMUNITY.

thank you


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