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Hindu-Jews much more similar than others

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Submitted by amit (India), Oct 28, 2009 at 07:23

hindus jews both are non-Proselytizing both believe in sanctity of life both believe in choice and freedom of religion both r by birth but can convert to be one both are also ethnic nature both have history of persecution and revival both are advancing side by side in USA both are important economically throughout history both have given major religions both are facing terrorism and fundamentalism both love peace

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