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Buddhism does not have a bloody past

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Submitted by klew (United States), Nov 27, 2009 at 00:56

Vishvas says:

> All religions have a bloody past - in this respect no one is free of guilt.

Not so fast Vishvas, I know of no Buddhist terrorists who justify violence using Buddhist scriptures or tenets. islam on the other hand...

> Most muslims have not developed the political intelligence to
> comprehend this. But we are hopeful that they will.

When pigs fly.

Submitting....

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