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    • 19.09.06 | 17:09 (IDT)

    Islam neither espouses the use of sword; nor does it encourage fighting with such reasons as Jihad. The muslim people who claim to be involved in acts of killing innocent people are definetly not true to their religion. And you all CANNOT call Islam as a religion of terror and all Muslims as terrorists. The media definetly too is ignorant about Islam as much as you all are. Hence it is very popular to read such headlines as "Islamic terrorists strike..." and so on. Whenever any massacre by a guy who is Christian or from any other religion than Islam is committed; do you ever get to read headlines saying "Christian maniac kill..." ? Did you ever read any headline mentioning about any other religion? Think about it. I just say to you; do not make a judgement on any other's religions; and dont do any action which hurts any other persons faith. The world sorely needs peace; and peace will not be realised by shouting at each other.

    from the article: Political error or calculated move?
    First published 00:00 17.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 17.09.06
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