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Submitted by AS (India), Oct 13, 2006 at 03:18

why do muslims living in non-muslim countries consciously aspire to woo non-muslim women and then ask them to convert to Islam? i know this is true. pamphlets to this effect are distributed in mosques in England. If they find non-muslim women and their culture so attractive, why dont they change their women? and ultimately why do they ask the non-muslim women to convert to Islam? what percentage of Muslims believe in 'spreading' Islam by this method? I find this attitude extremely obnoxious and lowest filth. Dont tell me that this does not exist. i know it does. i am asking, why?

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