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in response to reader comment: Jews were in India long before Islam

Submitted by ayesha (India), Feb 16, 2007 at 14:35

for your knowledge islam is the first ever religion. not to comment, but all those people who got misguided are infidels. it started from adam so you can't say that in india jews came much before islam it was all very much there only people went astrayed,and holded up after moses judaism,after christ-christianity, etc. read, know more, read quran in detail.

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