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Desecration of Quran by non-believers

Reader comment on item: Amazon.com's Koran Desecration Problem

Submitted by Kamath (Canada), May 21, 2005 at 13:23

I don't understand why these pious devotees should leave behind Dar-ul-Islam and come to
Dar-ul_Harb and expecting and demanding from non-Muslims protection of all Islamic practices?

Mind you, the display of a Cross is a crime in the heartland of Islam; Saudi Arabia. and 50 Christians from Pakistan who gathered to pray in a private home were arrested. How about that!

This unhealthy fixation with religious nonsense makes me very annoyed.
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