Not one religion hasn't been basterdized by someone.
While I don't care for organized religion for other reasons, Radicals are the problems because they abuse religion, not because of the religion itself.
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Perhaps you should have asked them, but whatever their answer might be I suspect it would have been qualified.I have had many Muslim friends in my life, and I am certain that every one of them would condemn Iran for killing this man.
Most of them might well be upstanding people, as were many Germans, Italians and Japanese immediately prior to WWII. Strong beliefs, especially those relating to religion and politics, can do crazy things to people, and we see that in Muslim riots, murder, mayhem and violence all over the world. It's difficult to ignore, though many try.I'm not denying that there is a pattern of radicalism in many Muslim countries. However, I'm not prepared to sit in judgement of all Muslims as I am certain that most of them are upstanding people.
But for now, what can they do? If you protest in America, you go home at the end of the day. If you protest in Iran, you "disappear."
The ayatollahs won't last another 5 years.
Why don't Muslim accept people that deny that their prophet existed... like good Muslims.