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Posted by Nahla Ghoneim on July 9, 2003 16:07:18 UTC

"We in the non-Islamic world also think in stories. We have libraries full of them. We have differences of opinion about what is right and wrong. We even have differences of opinion about what God has really said to us."

I know you do. For myself, I love stories. They help make the meaning not vague when I'm reading an old-language religion book. May be that's why I use them quite often. And difference of opinion is a property of human nature that I respect.

Yours truly,

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