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Mutual dependency

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Submitted by Dr. Jamshid Ibrahim (Germany), Feb 17, 2006 at 06:34

AFAIK no Muslim patient has been sent so far to China or Japan for medical operations. They neither believe in their medical doctors nor in Chinese doctors abilities. Although China, Korea, Japan produce technology, still the "infidel" products are regarded as superior in quality. No Muslim drinks whisky from China. Western technology and services permeate the Middle Eastern society, let alone the beauty model (blue eyes and blond hair) preferred by Muslim men.
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