When I was in elementary school, there was this religion teacher, who is a Christian. I remember how she shoved down out throat the idea that Christian is the only true path of life and the other beliefs are heretic. Even amongst the Christian fanatics, she is of the sternest, the most extreme - including punishing students for swearing in the name of God. No children like her, especially the Muslims (who she accuses of 'stealing' the principals of Christian) and the Buddhists (this is the religion she chastises the most as being the most heretic).
Then the news came around that she used to be a Muslim. A very devout Muslim. And (maybe until now, as she became an evangelist 6 years ago or so) she was the complete opposite after she converted - she looked down so bitterly on someone she used to be.
All right, at this point, I must pinpoint that religion is NOT the main topic of this thread, so those who want to debate or cat fight, just go to the other section of the thorny topic you want to argue about.
The way I see it, those who are the strongest extremists, the ones who are very adamant and stern in defending something they believe in and hating what they believe not, are usually exes of what they're strongly against now. There are so many people I witnessed to be like that until now.
What do you think?