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in response to reader comment: Still no reply on why freedom of religion is a thing of christian based countries?

Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Oct 11, 2007 at 06:20

freedom of religion is in the koran as for the bible but people choosen not to listen or tolerated different faiths depending what it mean to them. Many people in some hindu countries can't stand islam because of the way these so called muslims have treated them in the past and want nothing to do with it....very understanding.
But to me and my intrepetion of the faith is not what other do and many muslims will agree...i'm not alone in this.

what is being showed around the world today is not islam but the devil. As muslims we believe in the bible but the bible has been change but looking at it. Christianity are trying to over come the corrupted verse and realized that and making changes in society but staying peaceful as possible. but muslims are in fact right about the koran but the minds of many are corrupted from young ages or experience and fail to see the truth an use islam as a excuse.

the koran speaks of this that the real muslims might not be who they or we think they are!!!


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