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  1. If a person feeds a hungry man with good intentions, is it more meritorious, if he or she is a Jew, a Christian, a Hindu, a Buddhist, an agnostic or an atheist? Which dogma will make the deed extra special?

    If a good act is a good deed and a Muslim does not make a distinction based on the faith or dogma of a non-Muslim, then how does sectarian faith become the central issue if the good deed is done by a Muslim.

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