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in response to reader comment: romesh chander i challenge you dare to ban quran in india

Submitted by G.Vishvas (European Union), Aug 31, 2007 at 10:07

I am sure Mr Syed Mohammad Ali belongs to some muslim group or has strong connections to them. His language, his responses, his anger, his inability to discuss and debate are typical for muslims. This is how fascist mentality expresses itself - with violence and threats of violence.

The very fact the muslims do not want any critical discussion of the kuran means that they admit and demonstrate that kuran contains something evil. If kuran contains no evil then why be shy of any critical discussion in public?

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