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IS ISLAM GROWING FAST WITHOUT RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES.

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Submitted by v a john (India), Nov 5, 2005 at 06:08

Dear Sir,

Mostly all major Muslim countries deny the rights of religious freedon, further persecution, Sharia law, ethnic cleansing, forceful conversion to Islam is more than 99% tolerated by Islamic governments and religious leaders.

Hence, there is no way for the Muslims living in Islamic countries to know the truth about other religions, and if they are willing to know, they will be discriminated against.

But Muslims seek refuge specially in rich christian countries, and try to convert people who have no knowledge about their religion.

Further, muslims produce more children in Islamic countries and in other non-Muslim countries and say "Islam is a fast growing religion". What nonsense.

Can all Islamic countries take up a challenge allowing religious freedom and see what happens after a few years. I am sure that many in millions will convert to other religions of their choice.

Islam is an artificially growing religion with no freedom.


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