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Submitted by Al-ameen (United States), Dec 30, 2012 at 16:51

Nothing western fits into islam, because any thing of an immoral act is accepted in islam. Imagine someone eating with left or both hands, which could be related to the struggling with bone by a dog. And Alla'a has stated in the glorious quran that "....and the unbelievers, they are enjoying and they are eating, and they eat like the animals.....". And many more of the immoralites in the western world, that can never make it fit into the islamic ideology.

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