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There are churches

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Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Nov 5, 2011 at 01:47

Their are churches in UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait

also there are churches in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq, Egypt (with ringing bells) - and not one church, but hundreds of churches

Also in Sudan, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco

I liste those I know those countries who have churches in the open not in secret and endorsed by the Government, as for other Muslim countries, i have no idea.

Besides Shari'a law should be implemented only on Muslims not on all citizens and only if parties agree to that.

If they opt to have Shari'a law their arbitrator, and do not constitute any harm to others, then why not?

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