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Concept of Jizya in Islam

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Submitted by Hamid Mahmood (Oman), May 17, 2009 at 16:41

Dear Jahangir, ( Although I dont believe you are or were ever muslim ---- I pray Allah gives you Hadayat)

It seems you are making much efforts to harm Islam but Insha Allah the more you will try the more it will spread. For the sake of the readres I am clarrifying about Jizya.

The Jizyah – A Tax on Non-Muslims?| Prepared by the research committee of IslamToday.net |

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