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in response to reader comment: Just two comments to Romesh

Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Jun 9, 2007 at 21:28

UnDrained wrote "If you know the history of Europeans and Americans then why don't you condemn them and why are you wasting your time with Islam? Why are you living among those people whom you condemn?".

I sure condemn European and American history when that kind of subject we are discussing. Frankly, I don't have much respect for Europe and its sibling, USA (US was created by Europeans). Their history is full of treachery, stealth and indiscriminate killing; and this compares with Islamic history in the Indian sub-continent..

Why I live among them? Well, it certainly beats living in Sharialand.

You also write "Also, remember when Allah's help comes you will SEE it. Remember when Allah's Wrath comes you will SEE it."

Well, I don't believe in Allah; so I won't ask for his help. If he is so compassionate and merciful to give me help, he won't get any thanks from me.

Regarding Wrath of Allah, I am not worried. Remember, Allah could not deflect infidel bombs in Afghanistan and Iraq.


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