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Submitted by surj (United Kingdom), Apr 23, 2007 at 19:54

True Muslims are those who follow the teaching of Allah and his Prophet., that is the very reason that theys(Muslims) become terrorist, because Quran teaches them that. Instead of calling Islam menace and urging reform,we could go back to the Sunnah of Prophet, a peaceful man,who marched into the city which had tortured him, hurt him and harmed no one. He walked into the city with his army and declared that all people would be safe, he made not one become muslim, they came to him. Islam is not the problem.

How come Prophet needed an army? How come Jesus did not have an army? How come Hindu God Krishna did not have any army? How come Buddha did not have any army? How come the Sikh's Guru Nanak did not have any army? Can you tell us how many wars/battles Prophet Mohammed fought? And how many people he personally beheaded?

I find the problem with Muslims is that they lie about their religion But the people around the world are not going to be fooled any more. Here is a good example calling your self moderate muslim, you can not be a "Moderate Muslim" in a million years.Would you log on www.islam-watch.org


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