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why we are fighting for a silly thing???

Reader comment on item: [The Issue of Compulsion in Religion:] Islam is What Its Followers Make of It
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Submitted by omnipresent (India), Jul 22, 2009 at 08:52

i read many comments of my hindu and muslim brothers and sisters..i think god is omnipresent either you find him in idol,clay,paper,tree,animal etc(according to hindus) or you worship him as he has no physical identity (according to muslims). god is creator and destroyer too.he can exist in any thing...try to find him in yourself then all of you will not fight again for superiority of your religions. muslims should tried to come out of their fundamentaism and hindus tried that they dont consider muslims as a terrorist. we all should respect all the religions....and all humans should spread humanity,love, intolerence.....rather than religion.

so please stop fighting and believe in god....dosent matter how you worshipped him

from a human

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