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It is not Islam that failed, it is those so called Muslims

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in response to reader comment: So why don't you accept that Islam has failed as a socio-political system.

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (Canada), Oct 2, 2013 at 20:31

Islam never failed not now and before

people fail, those who do not abide with the propr teaching of Islam,

early people who were strict and sticked to their religion they thrived

one of the mis Umar bin Abdul Aziz - Justice filled the Muslim empire during his rule

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