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(25) Religions That Teach Hatred and Enmity

(25) Religions That Teach Hatred and Enmity

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In nutshell, an overview of the teachings of a few major religions and also quotes from eminent people as to what they have to say, particularly, about Islam
In nutshell, an overview of the teachings of a few major religions and also quotes from eminent people as to what they have to say, particularly, about Islam

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Published by: Maanoj Rakhit (Yashodharma) on Oct 20, 2012
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ReligionsThat TeachHatred andEnmity
Maanoj Rakhit
978-81-89746-25-4 / 81-89746-25-1 Intl. Std. Book No.
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2006, Oct 2012
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 त त 
 वतु ड 
 महाकाय सू यकोटि समभ।
 क मदेव शुभकायषुसवदा।।
 कनदेनदु तु षारहारधवला या शवावृ ता 
 या वीणावरदडमडतकरा या 
े तपासा।
 ायु तशंकरभ टतटभर्देवै सदावनदता 
 सा मा पातुसरवती भगवती 
 देवी सवभू तेषुशटपेण संता।
 मतयै मतयै मो मः।।
 वाचा मसेनऐवा बयामा वा कते वभावात।
 य य सकलं परमैारायणायेटत समपयाटम।।
I grew up listening to a very popular song that waswritten by a very famous Urdu poet Muhammad Iqbalwhich began as "Mazhab nahi sikhaata aapas mein bairrakhna". It meant religions
do not teach hatred andenmity.I also grew up reading/watching/listening thatChristianity is a religion of peace and love, also of service to humanity. I believed in all this until 50 years of my life.
Some would argue that Mazhab, Religion, Dharm' are not same, theyhave different connotations. But that discussion is beyond the scope of this work.

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