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It seems that the islamic law is meant for the poor only. the rich and privileged are all above the law. even at the level of common people, the observance of islam is forced upon from the top, whether it is being accepted willingly by the people or not. people are made to hear the call to the prescribed prayer on the radio, loudspeaker, and television, and asked to close hotels in ramadan. a sick person or a foreigner who does not have a home can hardly find a place outside to eat shahid athar , m.d.,after visiting a muslim country . how many of you believe that the above statement has substa

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Asked by Josna, 23 Jul '10 11:24 pm
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Hi .. :))
not all but some of the countries follow this ..

this is a kind of domination,

you must be knowing that .. if you go to Tamilnadu .. you can't at all speak any other language than Tamil..
otherwise people won't respond .. even if they know English they won't mingle .. sounds ridiculous .. !!! one should have courtesy to help the guest ..

you are supported to the most if you respect Tamil in all possible ways..
and to the least if you don't.. ...more
Answered by ajooba, 26 Jul '10 07:13 pm

 
  
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All thses aspects are well known and in pratice
if muslims can tolerate alcohol shops ,bar shops, night clubs which remain open in non muslim lands even during holy month of ramadhan to spread evil then what is problem in accepting hotels closed during ramadhan day time ? hospitals and all emergency services and all other shoips are open
it may cause inconveninece but it never promotes perpetual evil
the fundamental reasons is not to allow evil even at cost of some discomfort for which alternative means are availble .
Answered by mangochatni, 26 Jul '10 09:47 am

 
  
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It seems you have mis-understood the ISLAM and trying to judge by its followers. One should not judge any religion by its followers they may not be true/perfect/ideal. Rules and laws are made by the people and itis done to facilitate ou need and requirements it has nothing to do with the divine laws. Mostly the laws in Islamic country are made taking various things into consideration.

If anyone has any problem one should not visit such place at all rather than finding faults. It is not right thing to do, even many laws in other countries are not condusive to our culture and way of living and if you have a choice why prefer such country where you find it difficult to live and survive.
Answered by Mohammed asim nehal, 23 Jul '10 11:47 pm

 
  
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Let us ask iqbal ahamed to give a suitable answer
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 26 Jul '10 09:13 pm

 
  
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In my opinion noise does not see from which religion you are but how much decibles your ear can sustain safely , so one should take care accordingly.
Answered by vilas manohar deshpande, 25 Jul '10 10:15 am

 
  
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I do not somehow agree
Answered by anil garg, 24 Jul '10 10:06 pm

 
  
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I think yusuf syed is right .
Answered by Santosh Bhise, 24 Jul '10 04:10 am

 
  
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One should not asked such Qs. if don't know the full knowledge of Islam. & Islamic laws
Answered by yusuf syed, 24 Jul '10 12:25 am

 
  
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