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Islam is more tolerant

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Submitted by Sakung Daie (Malaysia), Oct 17, 2009 at 02:38

Muslims of diveres backgrounds and nationalities are thriving in the West and Europe in spite of unfavourable social, political and religious climates they have to face. But there were not many instances of infringement of local established laws; meaning Muslims are more versatile and law abiding than other peoples are. It also proved that Islam as a religion and way of life is more tolerant than what thrives in the minds of its detractors.

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