Essentially you're saying 'bigotry' is categorization of things. You're an American and if someone is not then he is by definition a non-American. He may be an Australian but it doesn't change the fact he's a non-American. Its simply an antonym. And if you want don't call them 'unbelievers'- the Quran also says they are "Jews". I don't have a problem calling them Jews if it offends them so much to be called a unbeliever by a Muslim. Since you brought up the word 'sand nigger'- I find it hilarious that blacks can go around calling their black friends 'wazzup nigga' but when a white person says it then the crowd goes 'ooooooooooo' So it seems it not the 'word' that is bad- but it depends on the person saying it. Unbeliever means unbeliever- it is not specific to anything. Its no different then your so called secular laws... You say they are better because they don't target any particular group- but at the same time when you disagree with others you want to get rid of "their" system (like the Halal/Kosher) topic. Or only secular people have the right to draw these distinctions-? Peace be unto you Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!