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Bias against any religion is not good

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Submitted by Azam Qudrat (Pakistan), Dec 26, 2006 at 05:41

I expect from the respected author of these words that he must know "zakat deduction in Islam is 2-1/2 % and not 10 %."

Secondly, bias against any religion is not good. All the religions are right but at times the practitioners of those religions corrupt them by their own practices. So we must see the positive points of all religions and promote toleance in the heated atmosphere of religious bias.

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