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

Submitted by Dan (United States), May 23, 2005 at 12:28

Given the hatred and martial approach the koran preaches against "others", the rightful place for the koran could be a useful and valid discussion. Having said that, given the destruction of houses of worship of other religions, and thereby desecration and destruction of other holy and revered texts over the course of time by muslims, this is simply another example of the Olympic Gold Medal level of hypocrisy many muslims practice and get away with.
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