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muslim who want to pratice true Islam should read this book

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Submitted by ABDUL QAWI (United States), Dec 16, 2009 at 16:38

This was one of my favorite books when i noticed and didnt understand the difference between what I called milliant muslims and muslims who walked and talked with a softer and more relatable demeennor. After reading this book I gained more respect for the religion and knew and understood how I was to practice.

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