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Why we judge the relegion on the acts of person?

  1. kainat6377 profile image59
    kainat6377posted 19 months ago

    Why we judge the relegion on the acts of person?

    Today the people judge other relegion on the act of a person.like in Florida attack on gay club by a Muslim.In it people and many political persons blamed this as Islamic terrorism.How everIslam orders to bring peace.blaming Islam for terrorism is like that to blam christanity for colonial ISM( residential schools ,slavery,world wars,famine,oppression,patriarchy,genocide).So we shouldn't,t blame or criticise on others relegion and live together.

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    Setank Setunkposted 19 months ago

    None of the things you mentioned can be attributed to Christianity. Terrorists on the other hand claim Islam as their reason for murder,rape and pillaging. Muslims wrote the book on slavery. They were masters of commercialized slavery for nearly 6 centuries: They specialized in Christian slaves.

  3. Johnny James A profile image75
    Johnny James Aposted 19 months ago

    Being able to point out a problem makes people feel safe, even if it is incorrect.  My staring at the Koran, Bible, Talmud, etc will not change my beliefs.  However, if someone can convince me that I must follow a path and then "tell" me what each passage means that individual or group of individuals can convert me to do horrific acts. The problem is that there are a lot of influential men using religion to create terrorists. This has gone on throughout history with various religions at different times. Heck, I studied the Bible when I was younger and "if" I followed the bible literally and "if" I were fully indoctrinated I would do a lot of things to people which may be questionable in today's set of morals for society.

    1. kainat6377 profile image59
      kainat6377posted 18 months agoin reply to this

      I am talking About Islam and you are talking about the people who are by name  Muslim..tell me any verse of Quran which  orders to do terrorism.find that verse then talk.the people about which you are talking that they kill on  honour are illiterate.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 19 months ago

    If a Christian had committed the violence in Florida his religion would not have been blamed.
    It would have been simply recorded as a "hate crime".
    Only radical Muslims and their religion are being judged (these days).

    1. dashingscorpio profile image87
      dashingscorpioposted 19 months agoin reply to this

      I doubt "Islam" causes thousands of worldwide attacks but rather {some} "radical Islamist" who (claim) they are acting in the name of Allah. Islam is the second-largest religion in the world with over 2.2 Billion followers! Most aren't radical.