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Islam never allow killing.

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Submitted by syed (Sweden), Mar 24, 2012 at 07:45

Islam never allow killing. even it is said in quran those who are killing anyone as if they are killing the whole mankind. so its forbidden in islam to kill. Before comments about any religion please try to learn about it then do comments. May allah bless all.

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