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Spiritual Life

The rules of religions against torture

Anwar H. Kazmi, a director of the Islamic Society of Boston, cited a line from the Koran that whoever kills one person unjustly acts as if he kills all humanity.
By Rich Barlow
October 21, 2006

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`There are certain acts that a follower of Jesus simply cannot accept. Here is one: A Christian cannot justify the torture of a human being." (Full article: 785 words)

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