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Restricting valentine day is not paranoia

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Submitted by saima sadia (Pakistan), Jan 28, 2006 at 12:53

Islam always talk of a persons whole life not some parts of life… it address our individual life and collative life. It assigns some tasks to governments and individuals as well... it is duty of an Islamic country's government to implement Islamic culture in the country. Before putting any objection of a religion one have to study nature of that religion.

Most of people take Islam as secular ideas. In Islam a leader or head of state is answer able to Allah on the deed of his subjects. And bye the way it never hurts freedom of man. But it regularizes the individual freedom to make a person responsible in society. And what fear a large scale government can feel from two lovers, seems funny. Love is a pleasant thing its beauty of the world. But it's a sad fact that it got so rare that we have to celebrate it. Love involves in whole life... and for a person love of his Creator must be at the top list. And if we love him that demands that we fulfill his demand that is religion.

Our religion is complete religion. as holy Quran quotes, "this day have those reject the Faith given up all hopes of your religion yet fear them not but fear Me. this day I(Allah)perfected your religion for you, completed my favor upon you. And chosen for you Islam as your religion. . Chapter 5 Al Ma'idah Verse:3 it give us all guide lines
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