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I don't see anything wrong with 'non-believers' not setting foot in a site sacred to 'believers'

Reader comment on item: We Now Talk More Openly About Islam
in response to reader comment: Reformation by helping the reformers

Submitted by Anon as well (Israel), Feb 24, 2020 at 10:23

I don't care about non-Muslims not entering Mecca. I couldn't care less. It isn't that "many Muslims" see nothing wrong in it. It's that there is nothing wrong in it. It might be somewhat annoying but that doesn't make it wrong. You can't ban everything you dislike.


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