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Plenty of Muslims want peace and harmony

I am so proud and excited to have read Zainab Al-Suwaij's op-ed piece "Stand up for our values" (Sept. 24). Ms. Al-Suwaij has great insight and courage to have printed her opinion regarding the behavior of radicals and their attack on the U.S. embassies. Unfortunately, the impression of many Americans is that Muslims are a hate-mongering, angry, primitive group of people. The world only sees the loud violent anger. I hope that Ms. Al-Suwaij's thoughts are taken very seriously and that the women of the Muslim religion support her in her outstanding efforts to educate the world that there are plenty of Muslims who want peace and harmony.

Joan Solomon, Baltimore

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