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Rights and Privileges for followers of Islam

Reader comment on item: Which Privileges for Islam?

Submitted by Tzvi Tamari (Canada), Mar 15, 2005 at 19:51

I totally disagree with your view that Muslims and Islam are entitled to the same rights and privileges extended to other religions. I base this view on the fact that Muslims and Islam do not extend these rights to other religions, and in fact as you well know, Islam denigrates and negates any religion but Islam. I do not base my opinion on what others say, but on the fact that I have and can read the Koran in its original Arabic!

Yours truly,

T. Tamari

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