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Reply to Taj -- Where should muslims go? And Why?

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in response to reader comment: Noha, what's "their own countries"?

Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Apr 9, 2008 at 19:37

According to muslim scholars, muslims should live only in muslim countries permanently. When a muslim country is conquered (yes, there used to be conquests some time back, as in Spain, Portugal, etc), those muslims should move to muslim countries. If one becomes a muslim in an infidel country, he/she is also obligated to move to a muslim country. Muslims are prohibited to live in non-muslim countries. It also means that muslim countries are obligated to accept all of their muslim brothers/sisters.

So, where should muslims from non-muslim countries go? They should move to muslim countries like Pakistan, Egypt, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malyasia, Kuwaiit, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, and many others; there are I think 57 members of Organization of Islamic countries, OIC.

Muslims living in non-muslim countries or immigrating to non-muslim countries are not good muslims because they are prohibited from living in non-muslim countries .

Don't blame me; I did not make the rules. You muslims did. All, I am saying, please live by your own rules. Don't be hypocrites.

Somebody wrote that "This land belongs to Allah". Well, Allah does not give you visa to come to US/UK/Canada. No, US does not belong to Allah; US land is controlled by US Government, an infidel government with man-made laws.

I hope I was quite clear.


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