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Why is Hinduism conspicuously absent in Quran?

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Submitted by amjad (India), Nov 19, 2012 at 08:38

Dear Kanhana ,

Quran in general has referred all religions that existed before from the TIME man set foot on earth.

It affirms that it sent prophets to each n every inch on this earth.

By name not only JEWS, CHRISTIANS are mention but also a mention of SAABAINS (SABIANS) you will find in quran ( i dont knw exact verse) but there is a verse.

By name only few books and prophets are mentioned but also inform that there existed many many more. Quiran is inclusive , how can it not ???

Regards,

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