If religion has nothing to do with poverty and misery then why the Muslims are the largest charity takers of the world
About This Quote
Unless you know where you are going, how will you know when you get there? The quote by M.L.M. Abdulla is more than just a question. It is more like a statement of fact. This statement carries the same meaning as the words of Benjamin Disraeli in 1833: "There is no permanent place in this world for prosperity or for poverty."
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