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Minorities are free to practice their religion

Reader comment on item: Canada's Muslims, Not of One Mind
in response to reader comment: special treatment?

Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Nov 5, 2011 at 23:50

I don't know why every time Islam is mention, people become boiled

It is much easier than that, Islam preaches tolerence with minorities. that is why you will find churches everywhere in the Arab countires, you can find churches in Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE, Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Morocco, Algeria, Iraq. Christians are allowed to practice their rituals and religion, there is no doubt about that, i have been once in a churches attending a wedding in UAE.

I do not have any information about other countries

I think you are mislead

Instrcution by Quran and Muhammad is to allow minorities to live in peace and be allowed to practice their religion without fear.

But then, why do you want to be like those ignorant leaders in other countries who do not allow minorities to practice their religion, be better than them. We love Canada for its liberties and freedom and the good people there, it is the best place on earth


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