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Dude you obviously dont know much about muslims

Reader comment on item: Resisting Islamic Law
in response to reader comment: Muslims have to be different in every respect

Submitted by Tousif (Australia), Jun 26, 2009 at 05:01

Ha ha ha ha. Ok Mr. Gururaj, first of all, if a muslim touches a women after wudu he sure as hell doesn't become impure, that is just a stupid myth that has gone around. Really, take things a bit more in broad perspective. Obviously Hindus have an odd system to others in the world. Praying using dung and also other forms of worship to worldy objects. But have a think about it does it really matter...
We're all human and just dividing ourselves like this is just a pointless waste of time. It is better to respect each other and just forget about the ridiculous things such as growing beards without moustaches and praying west or east. You know how long those things have been in Muslim rulings? Well I can tell you it was a lot longer before our religions met with each other, so it has nothing to do with hating or going againts hinduism. So just cool down Mr. Garam Mhata.
Regards Tawwi


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