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The Hatred Is In Their Hearts The Koran states It was thanks to Gods mercy that you dealt so leniently with them Had you been cruel or hard-hearted they would have surely deserted you Therefore pardon them and implore God to forgive them put your trust in God God loves those that are trustful p 56 3159 This is a teaching of the Koran that is very hard to live by when something as terrible as the September 11th tragedy occurred It is very hard to forgive those that conduct such a horrific deed those that have so much hatred in their hearts that they are impossible to love How are we to forgive an act that we dont even truly understand The Koran clearly says that Allah approves of Muslims engaging in war but Islamic law is essentially a law of peace where war is just and permissible only as a defensive measure on grounds that are extremely necessary text 375 How do these Muslim extremists justify the extreme necessity to murder thousands of innocent people Maybe it is because they see all Americans as the evil they are trying to escape from The Koran does state Believers do not make friends with any but your own people They will spare no pains to corrupt you p 52 3118 These extremists feel that we are corrupting them and that by destroying us they are following the word of Allah They do not see Americans as individual people who have different views from each other They dont see what is in our hearts They only see what is on the outside They justify this discriminatory practice with the Koran The wrongdoers will be known by their looks P 377 5535 The terrorists do not see our individuality They see us a white people trying to destroy their faith and since the Koran views war as just and permissible
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