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Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 6, 2007 at 05:36

"You are welcome to your opinion. What you choose to believe is your right. I wil;l be the last person to try and change your mind. But I do hope that one day God will give you the courage to see differently.

If the West is civilised, then I am happy to be uncivilised or a barbarian."

maybe you are not GETTING it properly. I repeat again. Who are the countries that ban other religions? MUSLIM ONES. NOT WESTERN ONES. Get it now? It's muslims everywhere that don't let other people see things differently. Not westerners.

And yes, you are uncivilized and barbarians, no need to remind us of that.

Mandi Bahauddin: September 5, 2007. Gulzar Masih, a Christian mini truck driver is allegedly being forced to recite Islamic Holy Kalima (Holy verses used to mark the conversion to Islam) and convert to Islam, by two Muslim men, Khawar Butt and Baatti. The sole wage earner of the family is living under the threat of being executed or tormented viciously by the Muslim men and scared to return to his home.

This is happening in YOUR country, not some western one. There is NO evidence of anybody forced to become christian or buddist or whatever. Deal with it and stop living in denial.


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