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Muslim Hallal is not dirty

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Submitted by Hassan (United States), Feb 12, 2011 at 03:00

In my opinion, no one should say a food of other people is dirty. Well, I don't eat pork because of my religion. However, I would never say that pork is dirty and people who eat it should pay more (we have pork in my country as a choice for Christians to eat). Saying bad things about other people won't lead the world to a better place. We need to start loving each other and accept them. Lets be the ones who starts that bath, even if others don't.

Each person should live the way he/she likes. Don't try to enforce your ideology on others. Unfortunately, some people think that their way is the only right way.

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