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ARAB CREATIVITY COULD BENEFIT HUMANITY IF....

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Submitted by JACQUES HADIDA (United States), Jan 5, 2011 at 13:50

Reading about terrorism creativity and its success, one may wonder how the wolrd may be if it were used posisitvely.

We need someone to tell these people to reverse their approach and look at improving their society rather than killing one another

The Koran, being the ONLY TEACHER, that is where this new attitude should come from. the Ulemas and Imans being the spokesemen fo the Koran, should thus be the ones responsible for the right promotion of the WORD of the prophet

JACQUES HADIDA

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