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If you want respect pay respect to others first

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie and British Backbone
in response to reader comment: "Whose idea was it?"

Submitted by john (Pakistan), Jun 28, 2007 at 07:20

Dear all

we are in not favour to give knighthood to salman rushdie. but what about the Dr. zakir naik that is always chanting against christain and Holy BIBLE and JESUS CHRIST. on one end muslims want respest for their religion and religious figures. but on other end does not ready to pay respect to other religions . for example, take a look at christian ministries in muslims countries. how much bitter lives they they had. they are not allowed to pray openly (saudia) but muslim council of britain is always offended.

actually muslima of uk want that UK Govt. must ask to them before making any policies. if muslms gives green signal, ok. otherwise get ready for outrage . can i ask a question to all muslims of the world . can muslim countries allow christian and other miniorties to protest same like the muslims of britain? you will have to prove with your peaceful acts that islam is religion, otherwise no way.


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