-Yasser Arafat, leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
- Yes and I am non-religous52% (12)74% (17)63% (29)Vote
- No and I am non-religous9% (2)4% (1)7% (3)Vote
- Yes but I believe in a religion4% (1)9% (2)7% (3)Vote
- No and I don't believe in a religion4% (1)0% (0)2% (1)Vote
- Other31% (7)13% (3)21% (10)Vote
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No. All the monotheistic religions believe in God. There's no argument over that. Jews have Moses as their prophet, Christians have Jesus as their prophet, Muslims have Muhammad as their prophet. Moses is older than Jesus, who is older than Muhammad. There is no argument about if these men existed or not- it's just different groups of people believe that God worked primarily through different prophets. It just so happens that Jews believe in the older guy and Muslims believe in the younger guy. So from my point of view, none of the religions are better, they're just a bit different.
I think the main issues regarding religion today is how it fits into culture, particularly Western culture. It gets even more difficult when trying to bring about changes (in the name of democracy) to countries that are really not open to cultural mixing.1