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The principles of the US Constitution and of the Holy Quran are same.

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Submitted by Farooq Khan (United States), Apr 5, 2007 at 16:02

A person who believes in the Quran and follows it find that the principles of the Quran and the principles of the US Constitution are same. Check here please. It is the Sharia which is not inline with the Quran or with the US constitution. Looks like Muslims need to learn this.

http://openburhan.pak.net/theUSConstitution.htm

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