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Submitted by m mohsen (Saudi Arabia), May 25, 2009 at 20:48

Thank you so much for your wonderful comment

really many issues may issues that was said on Islam have to be discussed

but i have to say at first i 'm not a gay (homosexual) i was trying to say the American word that men a fellow or a man is it spell guy i don't really no ,i only hear it never to see it written before so excuse me for my humble English

The reality on the ground with Islam is far different, I agree with you that the ground with Islam now a days are far from Islam itself

Although number of Muslims now days over 1 billion but only few of them really know islam or the instruction of Islam & even a fewer % that try to apply it on their life's but the % is going to increase

So when you judge Islam don't judge from the view on Islamic world now on, look for our raw module time, the time of prophet &his companies from a right Islamic source

no 2: la ila illa allah , Mohammed rasul Allah is not just a word , it is a complete way of life that is off-course differ than the way of living of Christian Jews ...etc

we don't drink wine. we don't pork ,we don't have sex without marriage...etc

so makkah & madinah like a camp for Muslims try to enhance their relation to Allah in it with any distraction .try to know the Islamic instruction & practice on it at the body &mind leave in order to apply it in their life's later on

so where is a place for non Muslims among that

prophet mohammed treated all people from other religion that hasn't get in war with him very kindly &islam order us so, never forced any one to get in to islam ,the followers of islam only follow when they believe

I myself have many Christian friends in Egypt, so don't believe everything you saw on t v

We are friends at the personal level, but off-course we are different at the believe level

off course we have many argument about religion but Muslims don't force any one to belive in their belives

when islam enter egypt inly 5% of people blieve din islam any the % grow over the time to reach 85%

when salah eldin enter to jruslem he didn't kill christans in it so you find in lebanon now adays that 50% are christian , in contrast to godfree & christian that when they enter killed 92.000 muslims & make almassgid alaqsa a horse stable

spain when enter andalus no muslims where allowed to live in either be a christian or migrate or die

nowadays very few % of muslims in spain

so i don't understand what distinction you are talking about

and i don't know, is it fact that muslims can enter to vatican , please name for me a one

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