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Muslim country -- Reply to Noha Yousri

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Apr 10, 2008 at 21:12

Noha Yoursi wrote "A country of a Muslim is a place where his ancestors lived, and served for a good deal of time, and when a country is a mix of Muslims and non-Muslims, then if we would separate, the country should be divided.".

Sorry. That is not the concept of Islamic scholars. Don't change the rules, man. I did not make the rules; You muslims did.

Why did you not invoke that principle with Spain, Portugal and Sicly? Islam ruled Iberia for 800 years.

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