Symbolism Of The Islamic Garden

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the excerpts from The Qur’an and “The Symbolism of the Islamic Garden” are very different than what present western society preaches today in churches throughout the modern world for most religions. For example, in the Quran it states to follow Allah lawfully, his followers must not eat pork, blood, and food that has been slaughtered for the sacrifice of holy figures other than God. Additionally, before you slaughter the animal or eat the animals, the believer of God must render His name. In churches, across the United States, any sect of religion involving Christianity, Catholicism, or Judaism, followers do not follow these kinds of rules, they would see these rules as barbaric and out of touch for present time believers of God. Also there

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