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Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Aug 13, 2006 at 17:12

I can see your veiws on things but you put too much into it. Beacuse islam is an old religion and youngest of the three largest faiths which is judaism,christianity then islam. Islam and some muslim try so hard to follow G-ds law that they are scared of change. True islam is a the way of life a way to live and a true believer in islam has little time to involve his or herself in alot of unnessary events that comes along with change.

I think that while many are scared of change. Many do understand that isalm and the koran has know time limit. They must not fear man but G-d. Education has alot to do with it also, many muslims in arabs countries are uneducated compaired to western muslims. And being a muslim american born and raised...One can tell the difference between right and wrong, left and right. I have a high school diploma,degree and going for my masters......And let me add while sevring in to UNITED STATES ARMY!!!

So unless you are a muslim who suffers from this. You can not speak so clearly as if you are correct.... i know just your opinion, DEFINITELY NOT FACT.

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