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Reply to Dhimmi no more

Reader comment on item: Barack Obama and Islam: An Ongoing Saga
in response to reader comment: Our dear Debanjan and gem time and this tiem the corrupted Bible part quatre

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Jan 24, 2010 at 13:12

Do you really think I am bound in Chains.

I do not know why you say so.

Bye the bye I feel I am as free to think as you on the Islamic matters.

Now let me tell you are you ready to freely think on Islamic matters ? Tell me.

I want open mind from you before I answer to you.

And my advice just quoting from Quran without any context does not prove either Quran is wrong. It rather proves that you need to learn about Quran and Arabic.

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