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Islam V Hinduism

Reader comment on item: [The Issue of Compulsion in Religion:] Islam is What Its Followers Make of It
in response to reader comment: managing your view by your own way

Submitted by shafi (India), Jul 1, 2007 at 05:28

What ever I said its not from my side its the quotation from the veda

You dont accept is our problem. You people are afraid of the truth. Hence you want to follow your way, not the gods way selfish person

If a fly sits on the idol it cant fly it away and if it falls it breaks it cant protect its self, how will the idol help You

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