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What is common between Christian Churches, Hindu Temples, and Jewish Synagogues?

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jul 29, 2015 at 19:48

Dear Dr Pipes, There should not be much common between places of worship of different religions like churches, synagogues and temples but there is one thing common that unites us all: next to many famous temples, churches and synagogues (like Hagia Sophia in Turkey, Rama temple in Ayodhya, India, and Temple Mount in Jerusalem) there is a Mosque. You see, Dr Pipes, for fourteen centuries our Muslim friends have been so impressed by the spirituality of us infidels that they want to make their own religious structures next to ours. And, yes, when we go to pray they also need to tell us loud and clear that Allah is the greatest. They need to do it from morning to evening five times a day and whenever else we go there to pray. What can possibly be wrong in that? What can be? No one, absolutely no one, should ever get frustrated enough to say "Muhammad Khanz***".

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