Poll #1: Are Muslims Eco-friendly?


This will be the first of many more polls to come. This one might be sound a bit general, but its just to get a sense of  your preceptions. So what do you think folks?

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Comments

  1. F. Shafique says:

    There’s probably a lack of environmental awareness in most immigrant communities. But being Muslim and attending Friday sermons, we ought to be more informed of environmental issues and how it is our duty as conservators of this planet.

  2. I think this depends on the particular communities you are speaking about. We definitely could do a LOT more to promote green living initiatives among the muslim population. Simple things make huge impacts.

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