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Mark Major it's not polygamy if its not out of sexual content.

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Submitted by ahmadzafire (United States), Jan 17, 2007 at 20:58

Please..if i am showing repect and trying to give my point of veiw on why or what islam is to me, don't disrespect my faith. your opinion is yours alone, let mine be mine. Although the media shows this about some muslims, many dont think it way. Many muslims understand that islam has problems that runs deep within different sects and this has been from the beginning. Just as judaisim and christianity have different sects, they once were at neck and neck with eachother same faith and those who oppose them. Times change, and while they still differ they learn to except each other because no matter how much you hate or dislike or may try to get rid of...they will always exist as long as the other.

Now the sharia law! Sharia deals with many aspects of day-to-day life, including politics, economics, banking, business law, contract law, sexuality, and social issues. Some..again some.. Islamic scholars accept Sharia as the body of precedent and legal theory established before the 19th century, while other...again other scholars view Sharia as a changing body, and include Islamic legal theory from the contemporary period. Again different sects....I for one see the koran as the last word of G-d and to talk about past,present and future. Same goes for the sharia is a changing body that changes with the world. Alot of muslims love for G-d have them scared of change and they choose to live in the past. While many have a different look on the koran and sharia law and change for the better.

The faiths and civilization before islam done the same except they already made that change and islam is still struggle to do the same. Ok!!! stop migration maybe but what will the west be without it?. Nothing..America is what it is because of immigrants. Its a big melting pot of many different races,culturesand heritage from all over the world. America is great because of what immigrants have to offer. And even if they did there still be muslims converts in the west.

you said: You are in the military and could be fighting these jihadi's in the future, your children may be killed by these children and you are trying to tell me I am reading to much media" That's could happen and G-d forebid that it does.... then its G-ds will and i hope his will allow me to lay my kids to rest in peace knowing i have fight jihadi(the struggle) and killed their murders and enemies of the united states. And if i died fighting for my country, i will see i love one in pardise.

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