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After conversion what?

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Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Feb 6, 2006 at 07:02

Muslims do not allow muslims to convert to non-islamic faiths. Islam orders the killing of apostates. This intimidation is sufficient to keep many muslims within islam. Many muslims (especially muslim women) hate or detest islam but remain outwardly muslim, even praise islam to avoid coming under any suspicion of apostatsy.

What happens after conversion to islam is very important and needs to be openly discussed. The long-term effect of islam is bad for all. The actual performance of the islamic world should be a warning.
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