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Violence and Koran

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Submitted by Mahendra (Trinidad And Tobago), May 4, 2010 at 22:04

I think you are seeing the point. Violence is advocated in Koran. That is why Muslims are fighting eveywhere - USA, Europe, India, Pakistan, Phillipines etc etc. There are no so called pagans anywhere now. And even then it was Muslims who attacked Syria, Egypt, baghdad, Turkey, Persia, Afghanistan and even India to spread Islam by sword. Fareed, don't fight facts and History. Accept that Koran needs revision for modern times - even people like you have no alternative but to re-interpret the book or leave Islam.

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