If It is True that 'Religious Fundamentalism is Dangerous to the Society', Then Which One of the Following Statements Can Also Be True? - Logical Reasoning

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If it is true that 'Religious fundamentalism is dangerous to the society', then which one of the following statements can also be true?

Options

  • Religious pluralism is dangerous to the society

  • Belief in any religion is dangerous to society.

  • Religion without reason is dangerous to the society

  • Disrespect for other religions is dangerous to society.

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Solution

Disrespect for other religions is dangerous to society.

Concept: Analytical and Logical Reseasoning
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2015-2016 (May) Set 1

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