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Islam is the best path to follow.

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Submitted by akbar (United States), Oct 7, 2006 at 16:45

Too bad your friend Nazir was not intelligent enough to determine what is good from what is bad. Most of the people who abandon Islam for another religion do it so they could lead a sinful life. It's true you cannot be weak and be Muslim, but you can be weak and Christian because it does not ask much of you.

There is no other religion as spiritual as Islam. Islam gives importance to life not death. A true martyr is someone who gives his total life to the worship of God.

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