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Muslims and koran

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Submitted by Jitendra (India), Feb 28, 2010 at 11:26

In muslim ideology, a muslim is one who does not accept any change in Koran or one who does not ignore any of the teachings of Koran. In my region, muslims are rediculously called " lakir ke faquir " that means muslims... follow the script of koran without understanding or without apeealing to self consciouness. As long as muslims do not ignore the objectional parts of koran, the future of Islam and koran is bleak.

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