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Submitted by Lactantius Jr (United Kingdom), Mar 27, 2008 at 09:41

Commenting on the proposed International law calling for mutual respect of religions, Khaleel al Khaleel, a council member of the Majlis ash-Shura (Consultative Council) the Saudi Government advisory body, asked "Should Muslims be committed to respect and not criticise any deviant creed that some people consider a religion?"

http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewCulture.asp?Page=/Culture/archive/200803/CUL20080321a.html

To which I respond by asking, should non-Muslims be committed to respect and not criticise the deviant creed of Islam, which some people consider a religion?

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