Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy, Professor of Nuclear Physics in Islamabad’s Qaide Azam University, says that religion and science have to be seen separately. He says that while one is a matter of faith, the other is a matter of logic and constant querry. Dr. Hoodbhoy appreciates the scientific advance which Islam had done once but says that since the domination of Mullahs, such contributions have reduced remarkably. He says that fragmentations on the basis of narrow religious thoughts could be an impediment to peace in South Asia. This is the second part of the interview.