Top religious leaders vow to end slavery in India

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    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    Christian and Islamic `leaders of faith` get together to end slavery.

    Islamic leaders should first look at the biggest slavery in Islamic lands such as Saudi Arabia where 50% of the population namely women live as second class citizens.

    As for Christian `leaders of faith` this is probably another initiative for the conversion machine to make inroads into one of the last countries that has not been gobbled up by either Christianity or its younger brother Islam.

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    @pmaitra , @Singh or @Ray sir - please edit the title to `Top Christian & Islamic religious leaders vow to end slavery in India` as the inititative is from Pope Francis of the Vatican, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Grand Imam of Al Azhar Dr Mahmoud Azab. No persons of Buddhist or Hindu or Sikh or Jain or Parsi community belonging to India is involved.
     
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    It is the original title in the newspaper.

     
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    I am not a great fan of paraphrasing, although it might help attract traffic to the thread. I will go with @Ray Sir's opinion.
     
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