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Submitted by akt (India), Nov 16, 2012 at 11:37

Hello, Meghan,I do not know if you are still reading this post or not. I am a Hindu.Please do not make generalization of bad things of Islam. You wrote---"there is much violence in Hindu scripture and tradition as well". Will you please tell me the name of Hindu scripture which ,according to you ,incites violence against Non-hindus ?

secondly ,which hindu tradition you found it to be violent one & that too against Non-hindus.In my opinion as these Hindu scriptures predate Islam & christianity, so there is no question of any hate against Non-Hindus(ie. against Jews, Christians & Muslims),while Koran is full of hatred against Non-Muslims(ie. against Jews, Christians & non -believers). In Koran,you will find ,there is open aggression towards Jews & christians. So there can not be any comparison between Hindu scriptures & koran . I know, there is always a problem ,when it comes to defending the doctrine of Islam as its very core book (ie.Koran) is full of such references .


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