Saturday, May 24, 2008

Mosques & Churches



Egyptians always build Mosques and Churches next to each other.


5 comments:

AD sabry said...

i really dont y
may be to hear insulting for each other

Askoura said...

Don't fall into the trap other "stuffpeoplelike" authors do, which is cherishing everything in their home culture even when it's clearly wrong

unfortunately Muslims and Christians in Egypt build mosques and churches next to each other out of mere competition, and religious fanaticism.. Don't you agree

MQ said...

I don't agree. The fact is that churches CANNOT be built unless a mosque is built nearby. You can't even build a church without a permit (no rule for building a mosque) and these permits are in the hands of the local governates, which means they are rarely approved. Come on, a little education please.

Askoura said...

dude, no need for the insult unless it makes you feel important.. Does it??

Whatever I said doesn't conflict with any that you said... It's a matter of logic "that you lack by far :)" not education..

But you would rather correct your information first, because it's the opposite... no church can be built close to a mosque by a specific destination "that i don't recall now." So the only logical practice is that a mosque is raised once and closer to a newly raised church... Neither facts conflict the notion of competition and religious fanaticism...

Bastawisi said...

Muslims like to annoy Christians by building mosques near to their churches.