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no muslim majority country could be secular

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Submitted by anmol (India), Jan 13, 2015 at 01:33

Muslim talk of secularism only when they are in minority like in India. there is no muslim country which could be truly secular. some have secularism only in name till then other population is in very small numbers. Give name of any muslim country where a person from minority religion say hindusim can become president or prime minister. actually except for india there is no country whether christian or buddhist or muslim who will elect a person of other faith to the highest position. India has had a sikh and muslim prez. can you name any other country

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