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Islam is not tolerant with other religions

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Submitted by Indian (India), Sep 7, 2012 at 17:57

One thing I know and its 100% correct that, If muslims grow in number and take become the majority in a non-muslim land. They will start dissolving other religions existing in the land, but that is not the case with other religions. Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan went down by number drastically but Muslims in india are flourishing. Whenever muslims are less in the land they talk about peace and secularism and as they become the majority the scenario will reverse.

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