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What is wrong in being a pagan diety?

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), May 14, 2011 at 01:16

It is difficult to be half right. While we dislike Islamists calling us infidels, many of us use the word 'pagan' in a disparaging way. Even in this thread the repsonders are repeating that Allah was originally a pagan diety and thereby implying as if being a pagan diety is something wrong. In my humble opinion there is nothing wrong with pagan deities. Vilifying others based on who/how they pray and not on what they do, is what is wrong.

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