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in response to reader comment: how can we follow a person who gave these rules some hundreds or thousands years ago

Submitted by christian india (India), Dec 8, 2009 at 06:06

talking about education, hello modern,
do you have any idea about education back in your country. 40 percent children never go to school. 50% of world hunger lives only in india 2.5 percent of a community takes care of 30 percent of medical services and the same community is broken by the community of 83% brave hearted educated world leaders.

this is between Christians and Muslims so have pity on yourself and lay off

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