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Koran burning and viceversa

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Submitted by SHmuel HaLevi (Israel), Sep 21, 2010 at 09:23

... Koran in the other hand should not be burnt or othewise defaced IF islamic elements do not assault the Bible or other religions books, Heritage Icons, etc. In that case tolerance must be zero. Entering certain if not most Islamic countries with Bibles or prayer books is forbidden by the Islamic authorities. Correspondibly, Korans must be forbiden in countries whose citizens visiting Islam have been prevented free worship or their religious posessions taken It is imperative that mosques be put on hold until in all Islamic countries Churches, Synagogues, Shinto and Buddha Temples, Indu Temples are allowed as well, free of any interference whatever.

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