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    • Horst Schlemmer
    • 18.03.07 | 22:50 (IST)

    Obviously, you're right. I regularly find a lot of comments so amusing because a) they have nothing in common with the real situation and actual debates in Europe and Germany and b)it only takes Google to rebut most of the "critical" statements. Just an example. Someone wrote in a comment: "Der Spiegel wrote last December during the Christmas season that Judaism, contrary to Islam, is a religion of hate and violence." Which is completely nonsense. The mentioned article is now available in English, easy to find and worth reading: FOLLOWING DIVINE ORDERS Violence in the Name of God By Erich Follath, Manfred Müller, Ulrich Schwarz and Stefan Simons Murder and terror do not figure in the teachings of the monotheist world religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Yet time and again, their fanatical followers embark on bloody rampages, their rage fired up by zealous priests and religious scholars. (Needles to say that the article begins with the 9/11 suicide bombers)

    from the article: Seeing the Other more clearly
    First published 00:00 16.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.03.07
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