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    • Palestinian princess
    • 02.07.07 | 12:10 (IDT)

    Islam teaches us to practice "amr bil maruf wa nahy ani al munkar" or "propagation of virtue and prhobition of vice." Keeping religion in one's heart is not Islamic. A relgion that is kept in heart is worthless. According to the latest book,compiled by Afif Safiya, Palestinian ambassdor to Washington, who is christian, christians in the West Bank and Gaza and East Jeruslem are only 1.5% of the total population. In fact, I am sad to see our christian brothers leave. But it is the evil occupation as you know. Finally, I never said and I never would say that there should be compulsion. You are right, there is no compulsion in religion. However, the vices of secularism, e.g. casinos, drugs, prostitution, night clubs, teen-age pregnancy, aids, etc. will always be unacceptable to both Muslims and christians. In any case, let the people decide. If a majority of people want Islam, who are you and who am I to say they have no right to choose their way of life. Have a good day

    from the article: Fatah is waiting for Israel
    First published 00:00 02.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.07.07
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