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which verse in the Muslim's book is a sign of hatred to other religions

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in response to reader comment: Congress should investigate ideologies to qualify them as a religion

Submitted by saqib ahmed (Pakistan), Feb 28, 2007 at 13:32

This is yet another feat of a prejudiced mind. In pakistan , bangladesh, jordan, lebanon and other muslim countries there are thousands of temples , churches protected by the government and have never been attacked by anyone. Come and see. And how you can compare u.s.a with saudi arabia. us is a secular state. vatican is a theocratic state. will christians allow muslims to build a mosque in vatican city. if yes then christians should demand to build a church in saudia.

Tell me which verse in the Muslim's book is a sign of hatred to other religions.

You protect Salamn Rushdie. I shall pay 200 us dollars to a christian or a jew, or any one who gives me an opportunity to read first 20 pages from his book aloud on CNN or BBC . This will be the evidence of your freedom of speech. Let me tell you it is filled with absolutely obscene and naked comments .

Furthermore, you think that christianity is a religion , where in the bible this word CHRISTIAN has been mentioned show me a single place??? List of 50,000 errors in the bible is available. I wonder if christianity or judaism or hinduism qualify as religions???


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