As a Muslim woman I was never fearful in Britain. But today I’m afraid | Masuma Rahim | Comment is free | The Guardian


Since the Paris attacks, people who look like me are given hell every day. I no longer think it will get better

Source: As a Muslim woman I was never fearful in Britain. But today I’m afraid | Masuma Rahim | Comment is free | The Guardian

7 thoughts on “As a Muslim woman I was never fearful in Britain. But today I’m afraid | Masuma Rahim | Comment is free | The Guardian

  1. That is not a nice thought. Everyone should feel safe. But I think people think that their ethos of democracy, tolerance and freedom is under attack. They see Islam as a threat.

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    • It is not Islam, but the fanactics who believe they are acting in accordance with Islam who are the threat, not only to non-Islamists but to the majority of Islamists who do not condone the barbaric acts of ISIS.

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    • Jesus Christ was the Son of God.

      Islam is defined as
      noun
      1. the religion of Muslims, having the Koran as its sacred scripture and teaching that there is only one God and that Mohammed is his prophet; Mohammedanism
      2. a) Muslims collectively and their civilization
      b) the countries where the Muslim religion is predominant

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      • Mohammedanism, Islam, Muslim, Whatever you call it its all the same thing. If you believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God then you know there can only be one God therefore Jesus Christ is God incarnate in human form humbled himself to come and help us. Is this what you believe?

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    • It is a sad reflection that people are fearful of acts which may be made against them by a few reacting to acts of another few.

      We should all be promoting Peace in all lands.

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