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koran burning is bad

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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh BharatPanthi (India), Sep 9, 2010 at 01:24

On 11 Sept 2010 some Christians, somewhere are planning to burn copies of Koran, for sure that is not good. Every one including Vatican is condemning it.
I also condemn it.
But what about Bible burning, Churches burning, stoning, rapes, Hindu bashing, beheading Sikhs and killing of Jews.
Jazia Tax?
Killing Dogs. What is their problem with dogs?
Give them one-way free airfare to Saudi, Taxifare for Airport, provide money to buy camel calf, and let them live happily raising camels in Holy Land thereafter.
Bharat/India, Europe, Americas can also live peacefully.

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