Prominent Muslim scholars are warning that the "survival of the world" is at stake if Muslims and Christians do not make peace with each other.
In an unprecedented open letter signed by 138 leading Muslim scholars from every sect of Islam, the Muslims plead with Christian leaders "to come together with us on the common essentials of our two religions."
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and Pope Benedict are believed to have been sent copies of the document which calls for greater understanding between the two faiths.
The letter also spells out the similarities between passages of the Bible and the Koran.
The Muslim scholars state: "As Muslims, we say to Christians that we are not against them and that Islam is not against them - so long as they do not wage war against Muslims on account of their religion, oppress them and drive them out of their homes."
What Muslims don't like us Infidels to know, however, is that disbelief or rejecting Islam is waging war...
When you consider the fact that nearly every single major world conflict on earth today involves Islam, one has to wonder who really wants peace. Christians are not on the offensive here. It is Islam - Muslims - making war throughout the world, forcing their faith on countless millions and retaliating violently when rejected.
As Golda Meir once said, "Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us."