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Hoping For Islamic Victory

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Submitted by Ahmad Khairul Nizam bin Abdul Aziz (Malaysia), Jun 11, 2002 at 11:17

Now, the Muslims in the world do not be in unity with many problems. So,as a Muslim I hope the Muslims about 1.2 billion would be united and get a victory . It is because our enemies like Israel, Sharon and Bush are committing terror in Palestine and other Muslims are fighting among them. It so very sad.

From this weakness, our enemies took many chances to attack Islam and its followers after September 11. Bush blamed and accused Usama bin Laden, Al-Qaeda and Taliban for the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.

But Bush, the CIA and FBI could not provide the evidence. Now, they call Muslims terrorists and Muslims are living with fear and worry about their security, especially in countries like United States,Australia,Canada where Muslims are a minority. And I hope all Muslims in the world would be in unity after September 11 for cleaning Islamic name at non-Muslims view. If Muslims would be in unity, Insya-Allah, they would get victories.

And the Muslims in majority countries would be unify and lead their countries to follow Islamic law from Al-Quran and Hadith . And Insya -Allah, Islam will rule the world at last because it is a promise from Allah.

And Islam would get the victories every time.

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