no trace of faith
Submitted by imran (United Kingdom), Mar 26, 2006 at 18:23my name is imran i am a muslim born in the uk have grown up in london in a multicultural society, grew up with jewish, christian, hindu,sikhs etc my neighbours are english christian and a lovely family too, we look out for each other and have been close friend for 20+ years.
the problem with you seems to be understanding.
we live on borrowed time and this world belong to "A" - GOD
WE ARE ALL HIS SERVANTS LIKE IT OR NOT
LOGIC TO ANSWER YOUR STATEMENT
the reason why mosques are being built all over the uk is because they facillities for prayers and are in daily use,
the reason why churches are demolished or allowed to collapse as you say is because you don't appreciate them enough to use them.
don't blame the muslims for that as well. something you don't use you get rid of, it's logic. it's your council it's you the christians who are allowing it to be done.
the arch bishop of canterbury said "the biggest problem facing christianity is atheism"
"Yet our churches some hundreds of years old are often left to become dilapidated"
"many of the city's old buildings have been left to collapse including a historic church"
"islam is slowly creeping into our society. Bear in mind the Koran teaches these...(muslims) to lie, to get what they want.
DON'T QUOTE FROM THE KORAN, AS WHAT YOU HAVE STATED IS UNTRUE
LOGIC: a mother teaches a child not to lie so for you to claim that the koran would is ludicrous.
by the way who told you that????
"Where I live we have noticed celebratory parties by foreigners springing up on the anniversary of 9/11. Strange but true"
STRANGE BUT UNTRUE
may "A" - GOD guide us all
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