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Reader comment on item: [The Issue of Compulsion in Religion:] Islam is What Its Followers Make of It
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Submitted by sha (India), Aug 23, 2009 at 12:35

gentleman safi said that hindus have idols as god .i agree with you but saying that a idol cannot protect himself then how could it help the hindu devotee. i agree with you but if i say bad words to allaha then can he shut my mouth . it is same like a knife on the melon or melon on the knife. but the point is why do muslims cry when any thing bad is said about your prophet or your relegion.think of it. a religion which lacks confidence is the religion islam.

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