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"inter-faith dialogue"

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Submitted by Hari Iyer (United States), Oct 2, 2005 at 19:46

Muslims seek "inter-faith dialogue" only in countries where they are a minority.

In islamic countries, however, this concept is non-existent since all non-muslims, even native non-muslims are second class citizens denied insitutional offices and other positions by governmental design.

Interfaith dialogue, what a bunch of crock!

More crock is psedo-secular democratic countries who buy this utter hog-wash.
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