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in response to reader comment: WHAT IF A MUSLIM PRINCESS FELL IN LOVE & TO MARRY A NON-MUSLIM?

Submitted by vishal (India), Jul 6, 2009 at 12:42

there is not the religion decides the thing .its only an human being thinks and does what they feel to do? GOT IT......?let me clear u,religion (any),has never been abounded to people for anything ,its a man or his society has/had who denied to marry to other religious person.whether its Muslim or Christian or Hindu..no matters

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