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This got me when I first went to the US. I'm from NZ, and like the UK we drive on the left. I noticed after America that our escalators also tend to be on the left (ie if there are two escalators/travelators to/from a floor, the one you'll use tends to be on the left). In the US, I noticed a lot more on the right. Initially in the US, I bumped into lots ...


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I'm French and I've lived in England for a while. In my experience, in France (and elsewhere on the continent) people instinctively pass on the right. When there's a corridor with people walking in both directions, on the continent, a flow naturally establishes itself with people sticking to their right most of the time. People usually overtake on the left. ...


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I will give you general role about fatwas. Anyone can give a Fatwa in Islam :) The person who gives fatwa has to prove his fatwa with some kind of proof. Even given proof doesn't mean the fatwa needs to be followed. That's why you can find strange fatwa from time to time. Even Saudi's and Muslim in general laugh about some fatwas. Fatwa almost means ...



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