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1. "Islam is a great religion. We have good relations with all. Islam has been around for ages and has provided great benefits to humanity. All Muslims are equal. You can be an Islamic scholar, a scholar of music, a musician, a poet, a poet, a dancer, a painter, or a scientist. Islam is not just a religion but also a way of life. We have the best government, most excellent schools, the greatest libraries, etc."

Abdul Basit, a Muslim of India.

"We are all human beings and if we all believe in God and obey His will, we are all in the same boat. When there are differences in our way of life, we have a right to have a conversation. I am of the opinion that the best approach for Muslims is to keep our faith a secret, because it may lead to problems with our family members, relatives and society as a whole. It also allows us to be more open to others. However, we cannot hide our

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Dr. Abdul Aziz Sheikh, a professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

"All the great Muslim countries are the same. They all accept the same laws of Islam and they all are Muslims. They're all the same Muslim countries. You can't be a Muslim and have a relationship with an Arab or with a Christian or a Jewish."

Dr. Alaa Al-Marzouk, an Egyptian-born imam, philosopher and scholar.

"They don't have a particular background. They don't even believe in Islam. They don't even think there's any point in believing in something you don't believe in. It's a kind of stupidity to come to a country that doesn't have Islam and have relations with a lot of people, like Muslims and non-Muslims. It's like going into a world without a wall, where you see everything in one view. All religions are one and the same. There's a difference between a religion, and a religion that has become a social system." — Mohammad Shadi, British-Iranian poet

In this essay, I shall compare the views of two famous Iranian poets, Mohammad Shadi and Mohammad Nesin. Shadi was born in 1912. In the 1920s, he came to the country as a poet and novelist. He came to Iran to study and to do poetry in the 1920s and then returned to London in 1931. While living in England he wrote poetry, short stories, poetry about life and of religion, political and social events, and political speeches. In his later years, he started writing a novel based on the life of his childhood friend Nesin Sadeghi. In the last chapter, Nesin is given to his death. Shadi wrote about the nature of God, his relationship with his brother, his friendship with the Shah of Iran, and the role of the shah in Iranian life. The book is set in the time when Iran was under the influence of the Soviet Union.

Shadi's book was published in English in 1963 in Iran as the first novel written about the shah of Iran. In the 1960s he wrote another book based on his life. This book, The Shah and His Life was written to address sex dating bristol the new situation created in Iran when the shah had died. In that book he described the life of the shah in the 1960s, and also the events of his marriage with Nesin. Nesin and Shadi married on 11 March 1969 in the Islamic Republic of Iran at Tehran. They were married for three years, after which Shadi left Iran, and Nesin returned home to his country. In 1978, the couple were granted the title of shah. Shadi then worked for the regime as an economic manager of a government agency. He was a member of the Iranian parliament for several years. He was also involved in the creation of the Iranian national football team. He served as the first manager of Iran's national cricket team. Shadi died in 1980 at the age of

Shadi was an interesting character. He had two wives and a child. He was also an interesting person. He enjoyed himself and was not like the rest uae girls of his generation. He went on holidays and loved to travel. His favourite places were Iran, Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia, where he had been for many years. He also had a favourite place, which he would visit only with his family. Shadi had a brother and sister. Shadi used edmonton muslim to take care of them and he enjoyed indian matrimonial sites in canada helping them. His older brother used to call him 'Shaykh' because sweedish men of his great knowledge of shadi and the way he looked. Shadi's older sister is a girl. Her name is Zaynab, and she is 14 years old. Shadi would visit her at home with his family on the weekends when she was a child. He would ask Zaynab how her day was. She would say that she was playing with her brothers when Shadi went home. Zaynab had a dream of becoming a woman. But she could not go through all of that for fear of her life. She had a sister who had been married before her. But she couldn't bear the thought of losing her. Zaynab, at the age of 14, thought that she would never marry. She did not want to be married to a man. But one day, Zaynab was told that she had been chosen by God to vivastreet pakistani become the wife of God's prophet Muhammad. But she knew this was not true. It was for the Prophet's own family only. Her first husband had been taken out of her family to be killed. But she knew he would return to her. She knew she would have to marry him. She knew it was not what she had asked for. But Zaynab was still convinced.