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Best place for Muslims to live? Israel? Not really.

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in response to reader comment: Israel is the best place for muslims to live !

Submitted by Prashant, Jan 13, 2019 at 17:05

Dear Dr Pipe, your reader Phil Greend asserted in 2013 that Israel was the best place for Muslims to live. I disagree. I like Israel but I think Israel cannot be so boastful. India, USA, Canada, UK, France, almost any country in EU, many non-Muslim countries in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and some other countries in South East Asia can also be contenders for this honor. So Israel has a lot of competition in the world for that coveted position. But we can be sure of one thing: no Islamic theocracy will qualify as a good place to live for anyone, Muslim or otherwise.

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