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Hindus have always been the most tolerant.

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Submitted by Satish J (India), Jan 11, 2012 at 10:46

Jainis and Buddhists wre not tortured and convrted. The Hindu rennaisance and not religious progrom that caused the decline of Buddhism. Go to Ellora caves and you will see Hindu and Buddhists sites of worship that have coexisted for centuries. Who converted Zorastrians and Buddhists by force in Iran, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan?

Who persecuted Bahais and Sufis in the Islamic countries?

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