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studying part of islam is not good- Romesh

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Submitted by free bee (United States), Jun 6, 2007 at 20:22

Romesh:

Study Full Islam. Studying part of Islam and then getting confused is very easy.

And that seems to be your problem.

Imam Malik said, if a Muslims moves to a non-Muslim country he must be a Dayee (invitor to Islam and Allah), if he is not a Dayee, then its better for him to go back"

It has been seen that those who do not submit to that fatwa of Imam Malik usually go off the right track.

free bee

Submitting....

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