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Reader comment on item: [The Issue of Compulsion in Religion:] Islam is What Its Followers Make of It
in response to reader comment: wherever you find Hindu..Kill him....where does Quran say that?

Submitted by Nilesh (United States), Nov 20, 2009 at 03:42

After reading both Arun Shourie's article and this, I have the same advice to Mayyed, don't quote out of context. Shourie never said Kafir means Hindu, he meant a Hindu is a kafir for a Muslim (by the definition given by lot of mullas). I liked the idea of Muhammed being Kalki, I also agree with that. Then why can't all Muslims also start believe in all Hindu Gods? Now the answer is Muhammed said not to do it, but still you will say that Adam is not your forefather, no Abraham etc. Because Hinduism correctly mentioned about Kalki very long before people started settlement in Jerusalem itself. So if those scholars were able to predict about Kalki, then their prediction about universe and earth also should be correct. About the peace of Islam, we are seeing it every day in this world, first let all real Muslims stop supporting these terrorists, it is Muslims who are saying that they are fighting a war...Also, please never compare God to a military general!!!!

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