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Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Oct 14, 2007 at 22:19

It would be unfair to even say most because the majority of Muslims can't,wont or are force not to speak for themselves. I have to look into this Iraq situation and if so...So be it...we can't change their culture. yes culture sharia law in Islam is but when i use culture all a person has to do is go to a Islamic site...NO!!!even better a American site for dateing or friendship and look at the pics of Muslims. All colors races cultures and read some bios. Depending on where each live the way they live eat etc. is completely different from what they show on t.v or what many believe the way Muslims live and acts. It's the culture too.

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