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Submitted by Mark G (United States), Feb 22, 2008 at 14:38

Meghan,

In Saudi Arabia, Christianity and Judaism are banned. In other Islamic countries, religious practices and faith-life of Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, etc are regulated, curtailed, limited and often persecuted.

It seems to me that defenders of Islam always begin with an attack on other religions. It is as if a diner in a restaurant complained to the chef that the food was burned, and the chef replied by insisting that the grocery store next door sells spoiled milk.

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