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    #1

    It's wrong to discriminate against her because of religen.

    Hello.

    1. It's wrong to discriminate against her because of religen.
    2. It's wrong to discriminate against her because of her religen.

    Which do you think sounds better?

    Thank you.


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    #2

    Re: It's wrong to discriminate against her because of religen.

    religion

    Either is fine, depending on your context. If it is a matter of religious belief in general, then no pronoun; if it is a matter that she holds a different religious belief, then "her religion".

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    #3

    Re: It's wrong to discriminate against her because of religen.

    Good afternoon from France,

    Here is 'The French', I think the second it's better if I had understood correctly what do you mean.

    You are certainly talking about 'her religion'.

    Have a nice great day.

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