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Fre Bee -- I wish muslims read Koran and followed it; there will be peace in the world

Reader comment on item: Islamists in the Courtroom
in response to reader comment: Romesh, read Quran

Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Jun 6, 2007 at 16:18

Free Bee:

You write "Good Muslims always follow the Quran. Quran never teaches people to be violent. It reminds the Muslims to forgive and forget repeatedly.".

Looks like Muslims are the ones who don't read Koran. If they do, then they don't understand it (it is in classical Arabic). If they do understand it, then they refuse to follow it themselves.

As one prominent muslim author said "All muslims are not terrorists; but just about all terroists are muslims". How true!! Must have read the wrong verses.

Yes, Mr Free Bee, when are muslims going to make Allah happy by reading and understanding and following Koran. You know, there are better ways to go heaven other than the suicide belt.

Yes, I do use my real name, and I am not worried. What are you afraid of? Some fatwa from a mullah or a knock from FBI/CIA/Mossad!! Probably a knock from ISI!.

Regarding your comment of 12:00 pm, I know what you are talking about. No, I am not a Sikh, to which this taunt of 12PM is applied.


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