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Prophet muhmud is a worshipper of LORD Shiva earlier

Reader comment on item: What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?
in response to reader comment: Islam is the best thing that's happened to women

Submitted by Rashid inzamam (India), Apr 28, 2010 at 13:11

Prophet Muhmmud is a Shivite earlier but due to so many sentiments in Hinduisam he frustrated and started a new philosopy and way of life by stating some rules..they are Islam.

So Islam mainly against Hinduisam...it is a duplicated and copied version of Islam...which contains all policies exactly against of Hinduisam..and some of them are similar also...we can see in their way of life.

For Women, Islam is worst...as per Islam we should not listen music,we should not have beard cut,have hat always,...all these are fololish things

We should contribute 40% of our salary to donate...good thing it is

Girls should not be educated..bad thing

Oldest Hindu rulers...Ashoka,Guptas..etc they have great freedom to women..which is 2500 years old real things..

Middleeast,Iran,pak,afgan,saudi etc all are ruled by Hindu rulers earlier...at time there is only one religion ,the mother of all religions...Hinduisam

later ,the philosphers who copied these principals and started Islam,shaivisam,even Buddisam,sikism,jainism etc..all are subsets of Hinduisam


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