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Syndrome of Islamic supremism

Reader comment on item: Resisting Islamic Law
in response to reader comment: Unfortunate people on earth

Submitted by Amitabh Tripathi (India), Mar 3, 2008 at 06:04

Mr Mansoor, you have forgotten that I don't belong to semitic religion and don't have any notion of final day justice in our religion.I n our relgion soul is eternal and immortal it is only body which die. In my life I have an option eiether to get salvation or take another birth. I have not to depend on final day justice for my fate it is in my hand to decide whether I want another birth or not. If I follow the path of spirituality and lead the yogic life ( According to principles of Yoga) then I have full chance to get myself free from the cycle of birth and death and attain salvation. Hindu religion is unique in this way that it does not depend on any prophet or book and neither it waits for final day of justice to decide the fate of humanbeing. Hindu religion is the most democratic in its nature which teach humility and coexistence.

In contrast Your response to me vindicates my point that Muslims like you suffer from syndrome of Islamic supremism. It would be better for you to follow your scriptures first and learn the lesson of coexistence. What followers of Islam and your so called Quran are doing in various parts of world is not a hidden fact. There is no difference between mujahidins and intellectual terrorists both are working for same goal and that is imposition of Islamic supremism on this earth.

Who are you to decide about my fate. First try to learn the lesson how to respect other faiths and cultures.


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