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Katie van Schaijik

Religion of Peace?

May. 1, 2010, at 6:41pm

If Islam is a religion of peace, how is it that it inspires atrocities like this

And where are all the leaders condemning it?


Steve B • May 5, 2010 - 1:09 pm

But Katie,

Islam is NOT a religion of peace!  Those who say that are disingenuous at best, since the Koran allows (and sometimes even ecourages!) Muslims to commit violence in the name of their religion….

Don’t believe me?  Read recent books on Islam written by Robert Spencer.

Or, listen to him as a guest on Catholic Answers Live (archived MP3 recording of that show aired on Apr. 16th of this year) where he completely dispels the mistaken notion that Islam is a “religion of peace”.

Take care, and God bless,

Steve B
Plano, TX

Katie van Schaijik • May 6, 2010 - 12:46 am

I’m with you, Steve.  The question was a rhetorical one.

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