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Submitted by Sheila Seabreeze-Bey (United States), Apr 7, 2014 at 14:48

As I read this article it seems that history is repeating itself because man refuses to honor the creator and nature. Not eating pork has nothing to do with why the land is not cultivated properly. I seems to be a lack of education. While cities thrive the rural areas suffer. As far as women suffering from rashes and vitamin D defeiency that exist here as well all of the above mentioned diseases. Why does a country have to submit to European customs to prosper. Let us talk about Libya a prime example of the wealth belonging to the people. Health care free, housing was supported by the goverment and many other things. when the wealth is not use to support and improve the country or man twists Islam to suppress women and support their Ego we have degradation. Education is the key. I enjoy the way you provoke conversation. The oil money should be use to improve irirgations farming and education. They like most living in poverty never get the clear concept of true progress. It is always presented as a threat.

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