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Teaching of Quran

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Submitted by awais kazmi (Pakistan), Feb 21, 2009 at 14:44

Teaching of Quran should not be banned because it creates a sense of brotherhood , a sense of love , a sense of faith , a sense of loyality in the mind of reader . It freshens the mind. It should be spreaded every where. All the scientific results are already announce in the Holy Quran , By guiding this sacred book we can live a happy life , It will also help us in the eternal life, Learn Holy Quran Online

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