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Non-muslim Supporters of Ramadan should conduct interfaith dialogs in Kabul and Islamabad

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jul 27, 2012 at 03:06

Dear Dr Pipes,

In a perfect world supporting Ramadan by non-muslims will be ok but the world that we live in is different. All the people and organizations who are supporting Ramadan should be given a religious book other than Quran (such as Bible, Torah, or Bhagawat Gita) and a plane ticket to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Northern Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt. And asked to conduct a few inter-faith dialogs in those countries. Probably they won't need round trip tickets.

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