Rights groups: Muslim villagers set fire to homes of members of...

Dozens of Muslim villagers have attacked the homes of members of the minority Baha'i religion in southern Egypt, hurling firebombs and denouncing them as "enemies of God," human rights groups said Thursday. Full Story
Truth

United States

#1 Apr 3, 2009
This story just makes me sick
Seer327

United States

#2 Apr 3, 2009
Those gentle Bahais need assistance, their religion prevents them from using violence to protect themselves from those monsters. What a blessing freedom of religion is, we often take it for granted. People of all faiths should be appalled by this article.
mmm__cheesesteak

Allentown, PA

#3 Apr 3, 2009
this is why seperation of church and state is awesome
joe

Honolulu, HI

#4 Apr 3, 2009
This is typical of the adherents to the actual words of islaam. They denounce any one who believes differently. Killing in the name of religion is acceptable to them as Allaah told them. There will be no peace in the middle east and for that matter wherever there is a moslem majority until this thinking is totally discrdited by their religious leaders whom the average man follows blindly.
Trinity63

United States

#5 Apr 3, 2009
In what way can a nonviolent, peaceful religion be a threat to Allah? This is a typical response we always see when people follow their faith blindly. Muhammed would be ashamed.
joe

Honolulu, HI

#6 Apr 3, 2009
Trinity63 wrote:
In what way can a nonviolent, peaceful religion be a threat to Allah? This is a typical response we always see when people follow their faith blindly. Muhammed would be ashamed.
I read the Koran in Arabic. The first half promotes peace. The second half promotes gihad against non moslems. The first half (called Mecca surahs) was written when Mohammed was weak and still establishing the new religion. The second half (called the Medina surahs) was written when Mohammed was strong and after militarily defeating many surronding tribes which included many cristians and jooz. So you can call it peaceful religion or violent depending on which part you quote from. That is the problem.

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