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Shakir , Lagos,Nigeria - wrote on 2/8/2006 5:06:46 AM
Comment:As Alllah said that he will not change conditon of a group of people until thay change what is in their mind.We muslims have slept and we need to wake up and present the real Islam to non-Muslims for them to appreciate the Unqueness of Islam as the solution to world Problems.
kenneth, hagerstown - wrote on 12/10/2004 12:54:53 PM
Comment: The brother hit that right on the button. I agree totally myself. It would be easier in an Islamic country. Here in America it is sexually driven. I am myself caught up in the perils of this dunya. I keep hoping I will wake up and regain my focus on the deen. I am glad to see that with all that we are going through we all looked at this site so none of us have given up.
ASalam alikkum wa rahmatullah wa barakatu.
Jennifer, USA, Georgia - wrote on 10/29/2004 5:36:39 PM
Comment:Thank you for an informative and well-written article. Like the overwhelming majority of Americans, I was likewise mortified and outraged by the actions of our soldiers--more so than words can express. I am afraid, however, Naima is ill-informed and further perpetuating an Anti-American sentiment when she commented about the "mental and social health of Average Amercians." What those soldiers did in no way represents the "average American." There is no one I have heard, met, seen, or read who supports the actions of those soldiers. I am also curious as to why American's immorality as it relates to our movies, television, and own activities so offends Muslims. I am not speaking about the evil done by these soldiers. But, you refer to American's immorality, particularly as seen in our movies and TV being that which incenses Muslims. Why should that offend others? What I mean is, your beliefs and behaviors do not offend me, why should you all be so angered by what we do when it doesn't affect you. You mention an infiltration of "immoral" Hollywood films, why simply do you choose not to show those films and be done with it? Why even concern yourselves with our mores and behaviors?
muslimah, Uk - wrote on 10/5/2004 6:50:27 AM
observe haya and you are a precious jewel.
disregard it and you know you just lost that treasure.
Sasha, Chicago - wrote on 9/28/2004 9:44:55 PM
Comment:As a person who was born and raised Christian, I found this article very informative and interesting. It reinforces my belief that the Muslim religion in itself is a peaceful religion. I was very outraged with the prisoner abuse and I hope that the Muslim communities can understand that those soldiers do not represent the entire western culture, the entire US military, nor the entire American culture. I understand that these issues are appauling to the Muslim world and I am just beginning to try to understand the Muslim religion better. With all that is going on, it is of utmost importance for us all to try to understand each other and our differences because that is the only way we will be able to find peace. I thought highly of this article. In my further readings, I hope to find that the Muslim religion does not actually support those who justify the beheadings and the acts of the terrorists. This is a large world and I truly believe that there is enough room for us all to practice our own beliefs in peace.
Kristy, Oklahoma, USA - wrote on 9/9/2004 2:21:13 PM
Comment:As a Christian, I found this article very informative and helpful to my understanding of the effects of Abu Grahib, as well as some of the Islamic mindset in general. Thanks and Peace, KLR
hashmi, canada - wrote on 8/17/2004 8:20:25 AM
Comment:Assalam o alaikum
What a coincidence; Last evening I listened an audio tape of Dre. Farhat Hashmi " Jub haya na rahay" . and today I am reading your article on the same topic. Both are the best in my knowledge. May Allah guide us to understand them and follow them.
Azizat, Nigeria - wrote on 7/20/2004 1:05:57 PM
Comment:Salam alaikum. Great contribution. It is all over the world. I pray that we'll all identify the values of Islam and we would practice Islam as it should be and not judge Islam based on what some supposedly Islamic countries do.
mehmoona, UK - wrote on 5/29/2004 5:56:35 PM
May Allaah reward you well for such a wondeful article, i'd lyk to thank you on my behalf as i learned new and interesting things,
May Allaah Be With You Always
Wa'salamu'alaykum ! x
Naima, California - wrote on 5/19/2004 12:48:14 PM
Comment:As salaamu alaikum. Thank you for this very informative article. I have forwarded it to nonMuslims among my friends and family to help them understand. Unfortunately mere words can not explain the depth of attack these acts have made on the world's 1.3 billion Muslims. It will take many decades and much good will to erase this. Even more frightening is what the behavior says about the mental and social health of the average American - after all, the soldiers in question are our children and neighbors. What will they be doing and who will they victimize when they come home? May Allah protect us all from error.
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