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Islam and funny rules in Quaran.

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Submitted by Salina Steave (Japan), Jul 16, 2009 at 20:13

I was born in an Islamic family in Egypt. Once I and my father understood that it is really a fanatic religion and Quran is a political book. Blasphemy laws restricticted criticisms. But these can not be any law in modern society. Then our family became Chirstian. Not for religious attraction . Just to get relive from such dirty activities. My husband is very liberal and I am working International agency in Boston. I think Islam needs radical change. It is creating various social problems , halting progress in the world. Every where , main ethnic problems are from islam. They tries to convert people to go the heaven. This is really funny. They spend much efforts for such idiot activities and very often those generates social unhappiness, riots , exploitions. No minorties in Islamic coutries are happy. Our survey showed that report.

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