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do you read the holy Quran?

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Submitted by ariez (Malaysia), Oct 3, 2006 at 03:26

do you read the holy Quran and understand it?if you dont,how come you say the Quran teach that muslim cant be friends with other?islam dont teach the follower to be sexist, Islam have saved the women, bring their dignity up to a place they never had before. before the Islam arise, women were a just sex slave for those called the 'jahilliyah'. these 'jahilliyah' kill their daughter because the said women bring bad luck. when Islam arise,women got the right to be 'human' again..please,dont just say like you know,if you do not..

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