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Muslims flee from anti- sharia tyrants, not "sharia abiding tyrants"

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Submitted by Ibn Ismail (South Africa), Jun 7, 2012 at 17:59

Muslims migrate from "Muslim countries" due to a few reasons, the main being economic reasons. The sad reality is that Muslims have abandoned the teachings of Islam and allowed tyrants (mubaraks, gaddafis etc.) who are all puppets and friends of the true enemies to control them. Religious Muslims migrating to the west are not leaving sharia states. If it were sharia states, religious Muslims would remain there. God is testing his servants. Muslims live for the afterlife, the world is an examination. Truth and falsehood will be finally exposed when everyone stands on judgment day.

People lie, manipulate, use their wits and hide in the world, but not in front of God (Allah- as called by Muslims and Christians in Arabic). With muslim migration, the west's own freedom and democracy is working against them. look at France, they cant stand women dressed like Mary (the mother of Jesus)


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