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14. Islam, Muslims and the gangs

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14. Islam, Muslims and the gangs
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2001
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40
Article number: 
14
Article pages: 
P.117
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October 6-12, 2001
Author: 
Karam Jabr
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The author wonders whether Usama Bin Laden knows that he has caused a lot of trouble for Muslims as the attacks of September 11 have exposed Arab and Islamic interests to severe losses. He expressed his surprise at the fact that some are trying to explain the attacks against Muslims and Arabs on the basis that some of them were happy about what happened.

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Surely Islam has nothing to do with the terrorist attacks on NY and Washington DC. Islam like Christianity and Judaism is a heavenly religion that calls for peace. The aftermath is so horrific that millions of Muslims are suffering because of that irresponsible act of terrorism. Religious maniacs are trying to fake a conflict between Christians and Muslims that has led to feelings of hate towards all Muslims in the West.


Does Bin Laden know that he has caused a lot of trouble for Muslims? This risky attack has exposed Arab and Islamic interests to severe losses. Terrorism is killing randomly. I am surprised that some are trying to picture the situation on the basis that some Muslims are happy about what is happening. Egypt has always been a peaceful country where the Muslims go to the mosque, the Christians go to the church. It has always been quite impossible to differentiate between Muslims and Christians. The government in Egypt has handled the issue of terrorism wisely considering the terrorists to be professional killers who have betrayed their own country.


Egypt is always trying to show the true picture of Islam that rejects violence, terrorism and killing innocent people. Regrettably there are people who are trying to defame Islam and connect it to terrorism.

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