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who brought it here

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

Submitted by RAJA (Ireland), Nov 8, 2008 at 11:59

dhimmi no mre

dear dhimmi just wonder you are walking by in forest no man around and you are hungry thirsty dying and there you see a table nicly colthed and all sorts of food lying on it.

what will you do? Eat

or shout can i have something looking for permission ...if no answer eat

or think who brought it here someone must have it can not happen . In my opinion a prson like you should behave like 3rd option.

ques. again who brought or made this world a thing , someone or something. Answer is Allah.. He has been tell us through his representatives and guding FROM Adam till Mohammed via IBRAHIM , MOSES, ISSAC EASA( JESUS) PACE BE UPON THEM.

Just imagine The One who creates this universe an made you and me has told how to live our lives telling us whos is our sisiter mother father and husband might have forgotten how we would behave and live and would have left economics.

The only thing we have forgotten is Our PURPOSE of existence and this arguing and hatered in ourselves has led to differences basically they are allways been same.

Hope you will understand and soon.


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