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why is islam so poor?

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in response to reader comment: Islam is the only perfect religion

Submitted by mina (Australia), Feb 6, 2006 at 07:48

i have often wondered why are muslim countries so poor and are unable to feed its children, is it the will of allah?...
how can islam be perfect, why hasnt islam led extremists to the right way even though they have heard the word of islam?

lastly why does the sharia law contradict everything you wrote about islam?

dont lie to readers, you are wasting your time trying to convert others, respect other religions as you said for yourself
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