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Slowly and gradually winning the race

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
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Submitted by Mansoor (Pakistan), Sep 29, 2007 at 05:35

I read different comments on this topic comment and found that people are taking Muslims as powerless in the economic field. But the truth is the revival of Muslim power is very close. It is a very big achievement to create a track parallel to conventional banking. You must read the response of Mr. Aamir Ali on this topic. I really appreciate Mr. Aamir's approach.

It is true that most of the Multinational banks are seriously planning to adopt Islamic banking structure. Many of them have adopted very successfully like ABN Amro, Citigroup and Standard Chartered. The point is why they had to adopt it????. You must find it by asking these big giants in Banking. May be you agreeing or not but Islamic economic approach will be taking the world by storm. It is not far from here that Muslim revival will overcome the world economy, military power and supremacy in every field.

I must thank to Mr. George Bush, Mr. Tony Blair and Sharon of Israel that they have triggered Muslim spiritual revival by their undirected and wrong actions. The stage has come where allies and US are near to face even more horrible lesson than they learnt in Vietnam. In Iraq and Afghanistan, the number of US soldiers losing their life is increasing enormously. Every day coffins reach different states of the US where people are asking that for which reason their sons and daughters were killed. The war raged today is purposeless and demolishing US economy very fatly.

To your knowledge the investments of Arabs and Muslims in the US economy and around the world is increasing by every day. A day is so close that they will surpass the Jew and Indian investments. The US failure to reach Usama is due to highest investment of Bin Laden family in US economy. Bush is just playing with innocent US people who in centuries learnt to trust what their governments say. Now Bush has nothing to explain. His plans to be an Oil giant failed miserably and for his adventure who paid the price the US youth who were forced to fight a war without purpose. You cannot imagine that how much pain we feel when we see the US soldiers killed and maltreated by angry people in streets. We can imagine the pain felt by a mother whose 25 year old US solider killed at the age when his life had to be full of color and joy. Can you ask George Bush that is he sleeping well in night.

Presently the actions did by Bush only helped Muslims to reunite and enhance their power. Today Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia and other emerging powers are following Islamic way of Banking and their economy is gradually reaching a stable and strong position.

It is time the world must stop criticizing Muslims and judge fairly that who did wrong to them which lead them to chose terrorism as the final solution. In the past century Muslims were so much suppressed and mistreated that the lava of revenge has reached the top of the volcano.

It is time that Chrisitans and Jews should put their guns down and extend the hand of friendship. May be if it is not done now, then it will be too late.

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