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Submitted by Gentleman (India), Jul 15, 2012 at 04:19

i have a very basic question. Is Islam really a religion or a cult. You go and see any religion, there is love, value system peace but Islam's history is full of violence. It started from the fact that Prophet Mohammed (with all due respect) was not accepted by people in Mecca and Madina. He started forcefully attacking and converting people. From that day till today that insecurity continues and muslims keep on using force for religion. It is all about self, their religion, their community, their people - where is true love?

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