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To Crusader.... RE: Ramadan Question
Posted by ashley01 on Saturday, August 11, 2007

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While I do feel I am wasting my time responding to you, I would like to say that this is a different side of you than I have previously seen. That being said, I find it difficult to believe or take seriously anything you say, because of the blatant and obvious contradictions. You are speaking to me now as a christian, about being kind to people, about defending muslimahs, yet in your other posts, you speak hateful words, offend and insult muslimahs, seeming only to be interested in them for sexual exploits, and you tarnish the name of christianity. If I took all of what I heard you say to represent christianity, I would believe it to be a hateful religion, full of sexual deviants and no respect for women. Luckily, I know that not to be true, but I advise you to stop speaking so offensively if you claim to be christian, and lecture people in the name of christianity. Not that you care, I was christian, and came to Islam to worship God in the true and correct way... To give Jesus the respect he deserves, and yes, to treat people with kindness and respect as our prophet, whom you claim to be evil, did on numerous occasions. I will not waste my breath relating the countless stories of the kindnesses of my beloved prophet, but I do encourage you to give Islam respect. Being as how you say that your religious beliefs indicate that you must be KIND to your fellow human beings, whether they be muslim, christian or jewish. And not that it matters, Jews did not crucify Jesus, according to the bible, but the Romans. We can't believe everything Mel Gibson tells us.
Ashley

By the way, I do read your posts, and have not taken the time to argue with you or hurl meaningless insults. But since you have responded to me in what seems like a sincere and respectful voice, I have taken it upon myself to respond in the same. Please respect my CHOICE to be muslim, and Alhamdulillah (thanks be to God) I AM a muslim.

 
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