Shall I Allow Muslims to Stay at the Next Door?

ASK BVKS | May 6, 2011 |

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Question:

What is our responsibilities to our dharma, our society, our country and our own self? Can we (being a member of ISKCON) allow any other dharma person (say muslim) to live nearby us, as our neighbor, in our property, only because of money he pays? And importance only given to the MONEY? And forget the responsibility to our surroundings, and other neighbours?

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