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You can't. If you want to allow html, use http://www.php.net/strip_tags

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I understand that using strip_tags will allow me to pass in second parameter so i can whitelisting some html entities but will it by default (without passing any whitelisting parameter) sanitize everything just like e() ?

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Strip_tags strips the tags, htmlentities converts the html tags, so you can read the tags, but they aren't parsed as HTML. So they are not the same.

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