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Submitted by Ahmad (United States), Feb 3, 2008 at 09:06

Kris,

I hope we could eliminate the bad part of tribalism.There are may good parts to it like taking care of family, poor ones in tribe..etc.

It all goes back to every time an islamic country tries to implelment islamic sharia-way of life-the west interferes and prevents that from happening. That's the a main reason.There are other reasons that are cyclical in nature.Islamic countries were at one point cradel of civilization.They are not now.I hope one day it gets better.

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