Force is now for killers, terrorists, and unjust people who have no respect for God
Reader comment on: Jordan: King Abdullah Losing the Support of Tribes?
Submitted by Issa Kirarira (Uganda), Oct 16, 2012 06:41
How are you going to dialogue and come out with the great good if you don't have a representative in Israel? This would be an opportunity for your tribe and your country to use your own to send a message of love and tolerance that will lead to peaceful and sincere negations for the return of the land seized by the Israelis. Force is now for killers, terrorists, and unjust people who have no respect for God and his creatures. Let Mr. Walid Obeidat be self-effacing and become the ambassador for all Jordanians and supplicate to his tribe who were treasuring him, and tell them with good words the need to maintain his new assignment in Israel. In Fethullah Gulen's (a Muslim schooler) book "Love and Tolerance," he tells us that patience and peaceful means of solving problems, accompanied by heartfelt dialogue, leads to living in coherence with one another. Let the Jordanian tribe practice our deen-Islam properly by teaching instead of abhorring. Islam is an accommodating religion that needs everyone to change for better.
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