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Muslim Taxi Drivers in Minneapolis:

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Submitted by ELROY J. SHAFER (United States), Jan 27, 2007 at 16:29

It appears that those taxi drivers are not as devoted to the precepts of Islam as they would have you believe. Were they to read the various pujblished "hadiths" as any true doctrinaire should, they would find the Hadith that counsels "that if it is none of your busines, keep your nose out of it"

Admittedly, these are not the precise words but the meaning is unquestionable. E.J.S.

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