I Believes the person making film against Prophet Muhammad are EVILS....

@Tushavi (2078)
Karachi, Pakistan
September 13, 2012 2:31pm CST
hi to all well, likes a christian who calling Jesus (P.B.U.H) as their savior & respect the Jesus Commands in every aspects of life, & similarly that Jews Respect & cares about the Commandment of Moses (P.B.U.H) & Almighty God, I am Muslim & I love Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) For Me The Person or peoples making the films Against Our Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) Just a plain stupid & evils, they are the War lovers & want a Hateful & Warriors World, aren't they??? are they blind??? aren't they thinks once whats the hell they are doing now??? 1.7 Billion Muslims are in world & they makes fun of world most largest religion??? These peoples thinks its a cheap game??? If they think so THE Worst Came soon. have a nice day.
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• Philippines
13 Sep 12
Some people are stupid but reacting to the point of killing the Ambassador is even more stupid. can't you see what those people did in the embassy? you know this movie doesn't really hurt if you believe it's not true. because VIOLENT reaction obviously does not represent MUHAMMAD. there are millions of christians too. there was an art that made malicious art on Jesus Christ, a lot were angry to the point of shutting down the art exhibit. but never resort to violent protest.
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• Pasay, Philippines
14 Sep 12
I totally agree, it is even more stupid of killing the ambassador of US Embassy during the anniversary of 9/11 which made me think that terrorist or that other religion are so fond of this date to make crime or violence. There are more things to make protest without violence.
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@ajk111 (2527)
13 Sep 12
"These peoples thinks its a cheap game??? If they think so THE Worst Came soon." That is an apocalyptic statement indeed! Please do not class us all under the one umbrella because of one trashy film maker out to cause trouble. the majority of my friends believe in "live and let live" hence the intergration of our nations. Killing innocent people in retaliation is not the answer.
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@ajk111 (2527)
13 Sep 12
could'nt agree more stowyk.
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@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
There is a wiseword on my country. "A drop of poison would effect gallons of water". According to someone that the film maker was from USA. Its mean, the effect will be felt by whole Americans arround the globe. Specially the embassy. Thats what whole muslims feel, just because of some "muslims" act.
@urbandekay (18312)
15 Sep 12
And those Muslims that act, acted evilly all the best urban
@dragon54u (31635)
• United States
14 Sep 12
I agree that it was offensive and disrespectful but the reaction of the faithful was unjustified. We Christians have seen "artists" create displays with Jesus covered in urine, the Virgin (His mother) covered in dung and yet we did not riot, kill and maim or blow things up. We prayed for their souls and hoped that they would eventually see the error of their ways. We boycotted the displays and some staged peaceful demonstrations. We wrote editorials about the blasphemy and now, years later, those "artistic creations" are largely looked upon as ridiculous. We made our point, we defended our faith and now the offenders are laughed at rather than honored. I realize that only a small group of Muslims are violent but attitudes like yours is what fuels them. You love the Prophet and want to defend him but would win more converts and good will by using non-violent means to ridicule the ignorant people who insult Him.
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@jujunme (2452)
• United States
13 Sep 12
"If they think so THE Worst Came soon." In defending your religion i believe you totally went about it the wrong way.your above statement can only be taken as a threat and does not promote the Muslim religion as a peaceful one but rather speaks of revenge and lawlessness. As a Christian i cannot begin to tell you how many times i have been offended by comments made about it, or movies portraying it in a negative way.but,i chalk these things up to ignorance and go about my way and i suggest you do the same.
@artemeis (4069)
• China
14 Sep 12
The PERSON who made this film is certainly deplorable and IS evil....but the PEOPLE who reacted violently and murdered the innocents in Benghazi, Egypt ARE EVILS! Besides the murderers who are still at large and yet to be confirmed if they are MUSLIMS. I believe the Muslims were wrong to stage a protest which will escalate in a country that is not stable yet. What is so respectful in a protest? Why can't the Muslims gather together and go after the troublemaker or movie maker instead? What can staging a protest in a peace loving embassy achieve? What name is there to defend and apologies to make when innocents are killed? What is the point when at the majority could loose their sanity over a movie flick? Are the Muslims telling the rest of the world that they cannot settle matters in a more civilized way? All it takes is each Muslim around the world to contribute 1 cent and get the best legal company to sue the daylights out of the film maker, actors, actresses and film company even. Is it so difficult?
@adhyz82 (36262)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
wait a minute.. why you only accuse the respond in USA embassy?? it too much for me.. why the producer, actor and actress and director is not blamed too?? they are evil..and they are root of this many demonstration in many islamic country.. it`s sensitive case when some people talking about Muhammad, our prophet.. can i ask you?? why if another country try to insult of the hero of your country maybe?? are you not angry??
@urbandekay (18312)
15 Sep 12
No, no, no, no no, the evil here is the reaction of those people that murdered the Americans. The film maker may have been foolish or provocative but he operated within the laws of his country and caused no substantive harm. Those who become enraged regarding about this prove only that they are emotionally unstable. all the best urban
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
13 Sep 12
We all have our own view, so you who are obviously agree against other religions, there are people who see, and talk the same about your religion. What you beleve, and what I eblieve are completely different. By your view here I think you think muslims are better than other religions, and by other viewing their opinion they are wrong. Well you are offending other religions, and countries here, and they think the same as you do about your culture, and religion. Are you threatening someone? Thats what Im getting out of this discussion.
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@urbandekay (18312)
15 Sep 12
So, you don't agree with bombing because it creates random victims Does that mean you agree with murder, the murder of those Americans? all the best urban
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@almond24 (1250)
• Hungary
13 Sep 12
It really scared me to see what is going on these days... I'm sure that those who made that film knew very well what they were doing, they know that muslims take their religion and the Prophet seriously. This was provocation and we can only hope that the worst is not coming
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@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
Do you remember the World War 1? A prince get murdered, and bla.bla.bla. I hope you know the rest what happens. Maybe, by punished the film maker. Its could chill out the situations.
@urbandekay (18312)
15 Sep 12
No, let punish the murderers and those regimes that hid and protect them all the best urban
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@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
14 Sep 12
I can understand being upset about any insult to your prophet Muhammad. I am upset when someone insults Jesus, but I don't kill that person or any citizen of his country because of the insult. Jesus taught us to love our enemies. If Islam is a religion of peace, and that is what Muhammad taught you, what excuse do you have for killing or even threatening anyone? Why aren't you following Muhammad's teachings? What do you think would upset him more, insults from someone who doesn't know him or disobedience from his followers?
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@adhyz82 (36262)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
iam upset and dissapointed when the USA Government can`t punish to the director of the movies with the reason, freedom of speech.. iam tottally hopeless for any promise from USA government for making a harmony relationship with Islamic world.. when we are talking about our prophet, Mohammad, it means it touch the sensitive case in moslem.. Iam as moslem, really hopeless and dissapointed with no attempts from USA government for handling the sensitive case of my religion..
• Philippines
15 Sep 12
maybe you don't need USA to make a harmony to the islamic world, why can't you do it yourselfs with out going berserk against us. i think this is why we are a free nation and that is supposed to make a country better than US
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@urbandekay (18312)
15 Sep 12
Adhyz... why are you not more upset with the evil actions of those that killed all the best urban
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@adhyz82 (36262)
• Indonesia
19 Sep 12
it`s the reaction urbandekav.. it`s hard for talking if 2 different perspective..sometimes i think it will be endless conversation and discussion..
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
Just hope it won't get worse and my country didn't got the effects. Its a great trigger to make situation get even worse. Whatever their purpose whether politic, money, fame, etc. They done it successfully.
@adhyz82 (36262)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
be patient man.. Many a people all over the world only have 1 aim, attack and attack Moslem.. i don`t know why they don`t learn their religion and didn`t intervene another religion issue...
• Canada
14 Sep 12
True, but violence is not the way. I am a Christian. If someone burned a Bible or drew a picture of Jesus depicting him in a sinful way, I would pray for them, as opposed to threatening violence. I have a lot of Muslim friends and know that 99% of the people of your faith are NOT extremeists. However, it only takes one or two. It only toook a few to bomb the towers in NYC. It only took a few to attack American embassies in Lybia, and Egype. It would have only taken one to do something to me after the Danish cartoon scandal, because I'm half Danish. Sin can not be paid for with sin!!
• Philippines
14 Sep 12
Some people simply use religion to strike terror, fundamentals i believe. we do have that in the christian community but instead they create a sect religion and does not act violence like these people did.
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 12
Anyone who did bad things associated with religion, is a sin. And they are doing it, quite evil.