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Captilism the cause of inequality?

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Submitted by Larry B. (United States), Oct 19, 2008 at 00:06

Dear Nura,

I was under the impression that muslim countries were run by sharia law, not Capitalism. so then in the muslim countries it would be fair to say that sharia law is the reason for inequality and poverty. It applies to all those who are in dhimmie status.

When will you islamic appologists stop playing the victim about everything. Stop using the past as examples of your poor plight and look to solve todays problems. Is there a magical number of times that the collective free world has to repeat I AM SORRY for the imperialism practiced by the free world of the 16th century, that would appease you ? Well, let me try! I am sorry for what my ancestors have done to your ancestors. Now, lets move on.We live in todays world, and unless we work to better our living space, we will be forever at one anothers throat. peace..

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