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Submitted by Mohamed Shahid (Maldives), Sep 30, 2007 at 02:48

There is nothing called Islamic Economics. Muslims don't want to follow Western civilization, so how can they invent something called Islamic economics or Islamic banking.

Muslims are not allowed to invent anything which are not mentioned in Quran or Hadith. According to Muslims Quran has all scientific formulas and we need to investigate some of the verses very carefully, so we will be able to find those hidden formulas in Quran. Muslims believe all Scientific inventions belong to them. So muslims don't need to invent anything new.

I am living in a very small muslim nation called Maldives. The main objective of the national media is to promote Islam. They continoulsy crticize other religions. Moroever, they talk about Newtons' law, Thomas Edison, etc. They believe all Western scientists had stolen muslims findings. Finally, they believe Muslims will one day dominate the world because muslims are real heroes and they will be given everything by Allah. This is the reason why muslims read Quran everyday although most of them don't know the meaning of what they read. Believe it or not, this is the mentality of all muslims whether he is uneducated or president or minister. As you know, we should be careful of muslims.

They will keep on lying in all the way until they achieve their common dream called Sharia & Law to rule the World. This is the reason why they invent things like islamic economics, islamic banking, etc. They want people not to ready anything other than Quran and Hadith. We should get rid off art, philosophy, etc.

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