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Every one should read quran

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jun 22, 2016 at 20:53

Dear Dr Pipes, Your reader Peter Hall is right. I also wish that all Muslims read Quran as best as they can. And they should read every verse not just the best ones. Most Muslims live in a make-belief world in which Islam is the best doctrine based on some selected quotations and anecdotes, every other doctrine is a sin, and for some godforsaken reason certain groups of people are universally bad (unless, of course, they convert to Islam).

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