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and what about the anticonstitutionality of the Holy Book

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Submitted by francesco G.Mangascia (India), Oct 12, 2005 at 03:25

Lots of islamic preacher imams mullahs, devotees to the death on the basis of some part of the Koran, is clearly written to kill the unfaithful..(WE). and if the constitution allows any kind of religion, it is anti-constitutional to allow a religion that in their own scripture has the culture to kill all the people belonging other religions. the Koran ... (must be recognized ) for anticonstitutionality, or must to be re-written....No other option. To be or not to be.
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