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Re: Richard the Lion: The Koran is contrary to democracy

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in response to reader comment: The Koran and Democracy

Submitted by Bader S (United Arab Emirates), Mar 6, 2006 at 16:35

Richard the Lion wrote, " The islamic form of government is a failed one"

The Golden age of Islam that brought enlightenment to Europe via Andalusian Spain
( Spain during the Muslim reign) was an age of Islamic governance. So no, Mr. Richard the Lion, the islamic form of government is not a failed one, but, on the contrary, history has proven that Islamic form of government can be successful.

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