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+ - Introducing Ubuntu (ME), the Muslim Edition->

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Abdul-Hakim
Abdul-Hakim writes "What do Ubuntu and Muslims have in common? And no, this is not the beginning of a tasteless joke. Actually, Ubuntu has a Muslim version of the popular and free operating system, it is called Ubuntu (ME). It comes complete with features that are particularly useful to Muslims such as: an Islamic calendar; a program that routinely makes the call to prayer; a Qur'anic study-tool; Islamic GUI skins; backgrounds and a firewall/filter for verboten (haram) web-content."
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Introducing Ubuntu (ME), the Muslim Edition

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