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Submitted by Benjamin Simhon (Canada), Oct 9, 2009 at 22:55

Each person have the right to beleive&pray the way he wants it is a personal matter and all human must respect each person beleive, on the other hand the rulls and laws of the Koran& the Torah which have been adapted by all faith 1,500 or 3000 years ago must be amended to reflect the present time. There is no such a thing if a woman commited an adultery should be punished by death, for every lawfull act criminal or civil, punishments are established in the modern court of law and not based on the rules that created 3000 years ago.

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