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Surah 109 "Al-Kafirun" contains a core message which on its surface seems to be one of reconcilliation with the non-believers(the [[Non-Muslims|Disbelievers]], [[Atheists]]): "to your religion and to me (my) religion." Although often pointed to as an example of religious tolerance, freedom and pluralism, the traditional understanding of the verse in classical commentaries and hadith is altogether different from this more modern understanding.  
 
Surah 109 "Al-Kafirun" contains a core message which on its surface seems to be one of reconcilliation with the non-believers(the [[Non-Muslims|Disbelievers]], [[Atheists]]): "to your religion and to me (my) religion." Although often pointed to as an example of religious tolerance, freedom and pluralism, the traditional understanding of the verse in classical commentaries and hadith is altogether different from this more modern understanding.  
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