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what's different to be a moslem?

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Submitted by jackey (Australia), Jul 12, 2007 at 21:40

Moslems don't eat pork, go to mosque once a week. They do 5 times prays per day. Al'Qur'an is their holy-book, their guidance for life. Their prophet is Mohammad.

Other than that? Moslems are human being too! they angry if someone disturb them..just like everybody else. They are gonna love you if you love them, respect them.

Agree with you Kotsami...Bunch of stupid people who have their own goal (selling guns, want oil price kept low domestically, to be world police, most powerful), their own revenge (hide behind Islam, understand that 'jihad' concept can easily trigger anger and believe), are doing a good job!

Make people forget about climate change. Make people doesn't care about starving kids in africa, asia and south america. Too busy to get a gun..to learn how to make the most effective bom. Fight each-other like animals. No peaceful place in earth, thanks to them. what a good job!

For years in my work place there are christians, moslems, hindus...and we are all one team! work each-other. Visiting each-other. Do our religion activities freely. No drama!

Peace

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