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Submitted by noha yousri (Egypt), Jan 30, 2006 at 07:40

There is a big difference between Islam and what it calls upon, and what we see nowadays in the muslim world , of poor, and underdeveloped arab countries. In fact, what we see in the discipled western world is what fits Islam, and that's why many good muslims have found their way in western countries.

Quran does not belong to one era , it applies to all times....but many non muslims , and other weak muslims do not get that idea.....
I'm muslim ...and i do no see any thing -except that my country is not muslim enough- that hinders me from being able to co-exist with the world, and be competitive enough.

so the reason why i'm not being so, and many others, is that Islam's disciplines are not applied in Arab countries.
Islam disciplines are the Quran yes,.. and this is not killing people or torturing or banning ladies from taking part in society....why many people understand this? it is because the current muslims are weak and many misinterpret the religion, beside outsiders who really want to destroy the islam ...i do not know why..but believe me, there are always people against good things...or they think that if Islam had its power...it will prevent them from ruling the world in "THE WAY THEY LIKE"

Noha Yousri
Alexandria, Egypt
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