I’m proud to be Muslim and love to follow real preaching of Islam. I strongly condemned production of “Innocence of Muslims” and want the film producer imprisoned. But also I don’t like the way Muslims condemned the movie.
I’d condemn that if a Muslim produces a movie like that about Christianity, Hinduism, Jewish or any other religion even a little group of few persons because its not what you supposed to do when you call yourself a civilized or acknowledged person in this modern world.
That’s not a civilized way to condemn a wrong act. Especially Islam doesn’t teach to react like that. There were and are many ways to dislike the movie “Innocence of Muslims” Muslim should have chosen them to record their hate for that act. But killing innocent people isn’t a right way in any condition.
First I though that I shouldn’t write about that topic or issue but as I’m a writer so I couldn’t stop to write what I thought and felt.
I’d love to quote the Secretary of States Hilary Clinton “I so strongly believe that the great religions of the world are stronger than any insults. They have withstood offense for centuries,” said Clinton.” Refraining from violence, then, is not a sign of weakness in one’s faith; it is absolutely the opposite, a sign that one’s faith is unshakable”.
But I do not agree with her in some other statements of hers. Muslim violence hasn’t shocked as much as Hilary done with her careless words.
Mrs. Clinton knows that we live in democratic world where we respect majority’s concern so if someone knows that a thing can violate a majority then the person should keep silent. That’s what he or she supposed to do according to modern world laws.
When States founded then a person was chilling and playing with his stick which hit a man’s nose. Victim man complained and person with stick said that he was free person of a free state. “Your freedom ends where my nose starts” awesome and remarkable words said by the victim person.
Its unfortunate that extremism is on both sides but these both sides have to show some tolerance and compromise. That’s essential for peace in the whole world. We need balance to keep the world peaceful and crime free.