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Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: To Mansoor

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Oct 1, 2007 at 14:34

I agree with you Ynnatchkah. I don't know whether to reply to this guy Mansoor or feel sorry for him! -

Quoting Mansoor: "The U.S. failure to reach Usama is due to highest investment of Bin Laden family in U.S. economy." and "Today Iran, Pakistan, Malasia and other emerging powers are following Islamic way of Banking and their economy is gradually reaching a stable and strong position."


Pakistan - GDP per capita in 1820 = $531.00

GDP per capita in 1950= $650.00

Pakistan, today, ranks 4th as the world's poorest countries (India is #1 with 41% of the world's poor).

Mansoor, wake up!! Stop clinging to the chains that bind you!! -JS


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