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Culture v. Religion again

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 10, 2014 at 11:32

RP wrote

Pakistani-muslims are a distinct culture

Really? so Pakistani Muslims have nothing in common in regard to their culture (what ever that is) with Hindus and Christians and Zoroastrians and Sikh that also live in Pakistan. Care to explain?

and Islam in that culture is distinct in many ways from Islam in other cultures.

Really? please explain how is islam in Pakistan different than let us say Saudi Arabia and why is it different. Hint: And you must pardon me Pakistanis are Arab wannabes

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