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Submitted by donvan (United States), Feb 28, 2007 at 15:31

As a Muslim, your obligation is to spread Islam by any means available to you. Just as Christians are required to do. Christ forbade the use of violence or intimidation, Muhammed insisted on its use.

Christians are commanded to "Love your enemies, do good to those who would do you harm, if struck on the right cheek, turn the other also" To the Muslim, these commandments by Jesus Christ must look absurd. In the world without Christ, the world of Islam, death and violence is the modus operendi of the theocrats. Islam sees no "Humanity", no Golden Rule, no human rights, no equality of the sexes, these are rooted in Christian values.

These values, poorly practiced most of the time, give the Christian world hope, and courage to face the Hate of Muhammed. There is no peace between or among the Islamic states, sects or people, becaus there is no Christ. If all the world were Islamic tommrow, the killing and terror would not stop, but increase. Muhammed has no peace.

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