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Reader comment on item: [Pakistani Christians and] A War Against What?
in response to reader comment: ISLAM IS NOT BARBARIC!

Submitted by ragingbull (India), Apr 23, 2011 at 15:52

Farheen apparently is a Pakistani and his views simply establish all that has happened in Arab Islamic conquests, run over non-muslim lands and then deny all your atrocities. The practice of Sati started during Islamic conquest of India because Muslims raped even dead women!! To avoid this insult (just goes to show the level of hate inside these whatever) women would willing jump inot the funeral pyre of the dead husband so that no Muslim can desecrate her body.

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