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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Islam - Westen Politics - Achilles Heel

Submitted by Sam (United Arab Emirates), Mar 1, 2007 at 04:28

what this is you are saying.

i'm a muslim living outside in islamic country. what you are saying is illogical . if a muslim or two did something bad , you'd consider all muslims criminals?!

muslims outside are not interfering with your life, neither do they hate you or anyone else.

Islamic society is very peaceful, opposite to what you say . In Islam and in the holy book we are prohibited to harm innocent people for whatever reason . the only cases where fighting is allowed in our religion is self defense (not like the American self defense), fighting thieves who are trying illegaly to steal your land or attack you or your family and house and who try to default the religion and the holy book (in this case migration is preferred).

muslims didn't force France to war .all the educated muslims who were educated in middle east are helping to build your country while muslims in middle east need their help to get on their feet and stop mascares and crusade campaigns led against them for the purpose of religious hatred and oil .

whether muslims were haters of free world or haters of slavery ,they are formally French or British who have your nationality .

protecting them is protecting your country.


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