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Submitted by Taj (United States), Apr 24, 2008 at 05:15

Great question

I tend to use the term "Muslim country", solely for the sake of discussion, and when I do, I use it as a simple demograpic term - a country with a predominant Muslim population. I don't suppose its meaning with context to said country's government, etc...

I would like to think that a more pristine definition would be a country with a predominantly Muslim population whose government and supporting systems spring from a rational interpretation of the Quran and example/teachings of Muhammad

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