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Ianus and his small lapse

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 17, 2006 at 17:41

Dear G. Bisvas ,

Thank you for correcting me . I should have called our culture not "kafir" (by which I meant "infidel", "denying Allah") , but rather "non-Muslim". Although now that I've read your sentence ( I completely share it)

>We have seen repeatedly in the history of mankind that a good honest decent relaxed human society cannot be founded or maintained on the basis of islam.

I feel inclined to call it "anti-Muslim".
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