A Muslim condemns bin Laden's terrorism
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As a member of the local Muslim community, I strongly condemn the kind of terrorism perpetuated by Osama bin Laden and his clan and am passionate about the denial of any teachings in Islam which support the same.
I agree with and am elated by the understanding shown in the comments of United States President George W. Bush that the peaceful teachings of Islam do not subscribe to terrorism. No religion of this world sanctions killing of innocents in the name of religion.
I am one of those freedom loving, secular, democratically inclined billions of individuals who look up to the US as a torchbearer of the same and a beacon of the free world.
Tsim Sha Tsui