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The Three Abrahamic Religions

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Submitted by Anthony Letayf (Lebanon), Sep 24, 2005 at 14:59

I would just like to ask the readers one question. With all that has transpired between Jews and Muslims, I must ask as to whether the readers believe the real issue to be religion or rather a more socio-economic question. It is my belief that if the issues that spark conflict today were truly religion based, then certain policies must be geared towards showing the similarities between all three abrahamic religions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) which vastly outnumber the dissimilarities. Readers, tell me what you think.
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