A Quote by Haroon Siddiqui on muslim

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The tendency to see all Muslims as one prompts the media and even government to demand, Who speaks for the Muslims?  The answer is that, as with other religions, many groups and organizations do, depending on religious, social or political requirements.  The range of Muslim views is, arguably, wider.  Muslims come from different regions, races, nations, ethnicities and cultures, speak different languages, follow strict or liberal interpretations of Islam, or don’t follow any at all, though they consider themselves Muslim.  While a diversity of voices in other religious communities is considered normal, In Muslims it is seen as exasperating proof of divisiveness and disarray.

Haroon Siddiqui

Source: Being Muslim (Groundwork Guides), Pages: 22

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