This is an unforgivable mistake from such a high-rank international representative.... Without concrete figures and evidence, no body has the right to accuse a person not even a nation... a great nation, which has already acknowledged that there are few cases and some doubts about other behaviours unrelated to Japanese family and education values. Japan should ask UN for official sincere apology first, and immediate firing of this irresponsible representative. Secondly, the government and educational and social national organizations should come around the table and accelerate the work and task forces on properly and firmly handling these behaviours and any other behaviours.. My sincere love and respect to Japan & its great values and cultures..
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StormR, I feel deeply sorry for your complete misunderstanding about Islam. Hating religions or Islam doesn't give you the right to talk wrongly and awfully about them. There are common principles among religions & I hope you read about them. You may ask those Christians, Jews or other believers who live or work in Muslim countries about the mutual respect & treatment they receive. Moreover, seeking conversion of people by guidance & teaching, as it is the principle and reality in Islam, is a good thing, and by doing so they seek goodness for the others. The word “killing” is only in your minds & has no place in the vocabulary of teaching & guiding in Islam.
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