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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh BharatPanthi (India), Oct 21, 2010 at 02:45

Koran/Islam says eye for an eye, following it, Bible and preaching of other religions should be allowed in Islamic countries, otherwise Islam should not be allowed in non-Islamic countries (as per Koran).

Koran should not be burned any where, so should be case with all other scriptures, idols, relics.

We cant have different Principle that keep floating in water of Political Correctness.

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