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I WAS WRONG: it is better for Islam to spread

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Submitted by Noha Yousri (Egypt), Apr 15, 2008 at 03:20

now i conclude that i was wrong to prison Islam only in Muslim countries, it should spread world wide so that people can know and learn what is Islam and who are the good Muslims, and that what's really happening these days, yet many people are prisoned up in their own ideas.
and what God wants shall happen, not what we want!

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