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Postby RamaY » 08 Dec 2012 03:25

^ reflects the demographics

Currently the Muslims makeup 5.9% of German population this is that 7% who say Islam = openness and tolerance :D

There are about 5% liberals. These will be possible converts for future.

Islam will get about 12% of German population before the conflict comes out.

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Postby Charlie » 08 Dec 2012 07:48

Islam is a just religion for Woman :rotfl:

Channel4 documentary :Mobs of men were paid to sexually assault woman at Tahrir Square.

Also watch how random Egyptian men call the Brit-Irarnian lady reporter a "whore" for not wearing hijab

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/unreported-world/4od

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Postby ramana » 09 Dec 2012 09:41

Muhammad is a original proponent of the doctrine of 'excess cruelty". He is a mass murderer and inspirer of mass murderers. His founding a religion allows him to escape the tag of pre-modern Hitler.

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Postby joygoswami » 09 Dec 2012 18:34

Little Old News.

British Muslim DemonStrators mourn death of British Troops :twisted:

Islamic protesters sparked fury today after they burned a model of a poppy and deliberately broke the silence at Armistice Day commemorations in central London.As the clock struck 11am, the Islamic protesters burned a model of a poppy and chanted ‘British soldiers burn in hell’.They held banners which read ‘Islam will dominate’ and ‘Our dead are in paradise, your dead are in hell’.
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Postby sanjaykumar » 10 Dec 2012 00:54

I suggest that Muhammad post be deleted lest it be considered inflammatory (but then anything from a kafir is inflammatory to these clowns).

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Postby Anindya » 10 Dec 2012 01:25

Firasat was planning to release a movie about Islam - Spanish government reacts...

Update: Firasat has postponed the release of his film.

Firasat has published a trailer of the film in which he appears speaking in the Plaza de Colón in Madrid with the Spanish flag in the background, and in which he asks, among other things, is the prophet of Islam was "a holy man sent by Allah or a rapist of children and a murderer". In the last year he issued a series of caricatures of Mohammed. [The Ministry of] Interior has initiated an inquiry to see if the status of refugee can be withdrawn from him, according to sources within the ministry, although the legal grounds for this decision have not been specified - indicating that an order for search and capture may be issued against him, a point which has not been confirmed.


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Postby Aditya_V » 10 Dec 2012 10:32

ramana wrote:Muhammad is a original proponent of the doctrine of 'excess cruelty". He is a mass murderer and inspirer of mass murderers. His founding a religion allows him to escape the tag of pre-modern Hitler.


Dear Predator, strongly recommend that this post be deleted as it can get this forum into unessecary trouble.

Lets just focus on current events.

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Postby Chinmayanand » 10 Dec 2012 16:25

Aditya_V wrote:
ramana wrote:Muhammad is a original proponent of the doctrine of 'excess cruelty". He is a mass murderer and inspirer of mass murderers. His founding a religion allows him to escape the tag of pre-modern Hitler.


Dear Predator, strongly recommend that this post be deleted as it can get this forum into unessecary trouble.

Lets just focus on current events.

The predator is right and he echoes the views of billions of people worldwide and those are his personal views and have nothing to do with the forum.
And as you say , he is a predator not prey. :twisted:

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Postby RamaY » 10 Dec 2012 16:35

^ +1.

Inconvenient truth. The sooner we accept them, the better we will be.

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Postby Aditya_V » 10 Dec 2012 16:49

My concern is that post brings BRF very easily under 66A of the IT act and unlike the Mumbai girls, MSM will not cover or share 2 tears for us. it is too much of a risk and why insult a religion. Lets keep it to the misdeed of its followers.

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Postby Chinmayanand » 10 Dec 2012 16:56

Aditya_V wrote:My concern is that post brings BRF very easily under 66A of the IT act and unlike the Mumbai girls, MSM will not cover or share 2 tears for us. it is too much of a risk and why insult a religion. Lets keep it to the misdeed of its followers.


He's not insulting a religion , he has just laid bare the personality traits of a person. Just like Kasab is a terrorist and a criminal to an Indian but a martyr , a ghazi to a paki. It all depends what lens you are wearing when watching.

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Postby shiv » 10 Dec 2012 17:15

Aditya_V wrote:My concern is that post brings BRF very easily under 66A of the IT act and unlike the Mumbai girls, MSM will not cover or share 2 tears for us. it is too much of a risk and why insult a religion. Lets keep it to the misdeed of its followers.

If you are afraid for yourself, don't say anything and stay off for a while. Let those who want to speak say what they want to say.

What you are doing is flagging someone who has said something on the excuse that someone else will be affected. This vicarious concern is not necessary. You are not actually doing anyone a favor. The best thing would be to keep mum.

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Postby Aditya_V » 10 Dec 2012 17:49

Okie doc ji

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Aditya_V wrote:My concern is that post brings BRF very easily under 66A of the IT act and unlike the Mumbai girls, MSM will not cover or share 2 tears for us. it is too much of a risk and why insult a religion. Lets keep it to the misdeed of its followers.


Aditya V ji, Get rid of the fear. Try to develop a warrior mindset.

In the war against islam, military and economic strength is one thing. But if " Unbelievers" like you and me are afraid to spread and confront the truth, then the whole point of this strength becomes moot.

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Postby Aditya_V » 10 Dec 2012 20:30

Darshann -> I have some issues with the original post, lets leave it at that

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Postby RajeshA » 10 Dec 2012 21:33

Aditya_V wrote:It is too much of a risk and why insult a religion. Lets keep it to the misdeed of its followers.

I concur.

Through their actions and mindset, the Muslims of the world have not only lived up to the high ideals of the Prophet (pbuh) but also made Allah (saw) into a terrorist!

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Postby devesh » 11 Dec 2012 00:41

Aditya_V wrote:
ramana wrote:Muhammad is a original proponent of the doctrine of 'excess cruelty". He is a mass murderer and inspirer of mass murderers. His founding a religion allows him to escape the tag of pre-modern Hitler.


Dear Predator, strongly recommend that this post be deleted as it can get this forum into unessecary trouble.

Lets just focus on current events.



I second the notion. if the Predator can say the above, then the rest of us should be able to also. I have gotten official warning from admins for saying something that is relatively much tamer than the above message. are there double standards here?

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Postby brihaspati » 11 Dec 2012 01:12

We can move on, can't we? Shiv ji has pointed the way. If it comes to 66, there is an archive of blogs and backups of published articles in Urdu, and Arabic and Hindi from Indian sites affiliated to the theology - that will come way way above BR. Many of them break multiple IPC clauses. Part of this already forwarded to appropriately concerned secular orgs. They know what defecatory material can hit the fan if they try to be overenthusiastic.

But lets quietly move on.
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Postby ramana » 11 Dec 2012 01:59

Aditya_V and anyone else, Lets follow-up in GDF off topic thread..

Thanks, ramana


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Postby ramana » 11 Dec 2012 10:26

"Obey The Prophet, Even If He Tells You To Kill"

by Raymond Ibrahim
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November 26, 2012

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Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi—one of the most influential Islamic clerics in the world, author of over 100 books on Muslim doctrine, head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, and spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood—maintains that Muslims must obey the commands of Islam's prophet Muhammad, even unto murder. This would be the same Dr. Qaradawi that American academics like Georgetown professor John Esposito praise for engaging in a "reformist interpretation of Islam and its relationship to democracy, pluralism, and human rights."

Missed in the West, Qaradawi made this declaration two years ago on his popular Arabic program, Al-Sharia wa Al-Haya ("Sharia and Life"), broadcast by al-Jazeera to an estimated audience of 60 million worldwide.

Towards the end of the show, the host asked Qaradawi what he thought about the fact that Sheikh Ahmad Hassoun, the grand mufti of Syria, had earlier said to an American delegation: "If [Muslim prophet] Muhammad asked me to reject Christianity or Judaism, I would have rejected him." Visibly agitated, Qaradawi erupted as follows:

No scholar of Islam or even average Muslim would ever say such words. If you believe that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah, then you must obey him—for he does not command except that which is good. So, even if he tells you to kill, you must— … The story about our prophet Musa [Moses], when al-Khidr killed the boy and Musa said "you killed and you did!" But then he [Khidr] revealed why he killed the boy, and why he punctured the boat. So we cannot distort the facts in order to please the people. Let the people be satisfied with the Truth [Sharia teachings], not the false.

Syria's grand mufti said many other things concerning goodwill for Christians that roused Qaradawi's ire. For instance, before a large Christian gathering in Syria, where he was a guest speaker, he insisted that there were no differences between Christians and Muslims:

If Christianity is about believing in one God, so I believe in one God; if Christianity is about believing in Jesus, so I believe in Jesus; if Christianity is about believing in the New Testament, so I believe in the New Testament; if Christianity is about believing in the Old Testament, so I believe in the Old Testament; if Christianity is about believing that Mary was a pure virgin, so I believe she was a pure virgin, untouched by man; and if Christianity is about believing in the resurrection, so I believe in the resurrection—so what is the difference between me and Christians?

Qaradawi offered correct Muslim doctrine in response to this otherwise egalitarian talk, confirming that, yes, Islam believes all these things—but according to its own narratives, not the ones recorded in the Bible, which, as the Quran teaches, have been distorted. Hence, if Muslims believe all those things that the Syrian grand mufti mentioned, they do not believe in the fundamentals of Christianity—including the Trinity, Christ's divinity or resurrection, and atonement of sins—hence they reject Christianity, as understood and practiced by over a billion Christians.

As for believing in the Old and New Testaments, the Quran claims that, once upon a time there were "true" versions, but that the current texts which we possess—and which are many centuries older than the Quran itself—were "corrupted" (to include, for instance, the aforementioned fundamentals of Christianity). Thus the only "authentic" remnants of Christianity and Judaism are the ones Muhammad narrated in the Quran—where we meet many doppelgangers, like Isa, a very different "Jesus" who was never crucified and will return to break all Christian crucifixes and kill all pigs.

Indeed, it is this Muslim proclivity to create "parallel" characters based on biblical figures that explains Qaradawi's justification to murder people in blind obedience to the prophet. His reference to "Musa," based on the Hebrew Moses, is a reference to a story—possibly rooted in the 3rd century Alexander Romance and popularized by the 1970s martial arts movie, Circle of Iron—which, nonetheless, occurs in Quran, and so must be accepted literally.

According to the Quran's narrative (18:65-82), Musa seeks out al-Khidr—"the Green Man," who possesses powers of sight—and asks if he may follow and learn from him. Al-Khidr reluctantly agrees, on condition that Musa not question anything he, the Green Man, does, until such time as the latter chooses to reveal the significance of his actions.

However, the Green Man does strange things—randomly killing a young boy and destroying the boat of people who helped give them passage—to which Musa demands immediate answers. The Green Man eventually explains that he killed the boy because his parents were good Muslims, while the boy was an infidel who would have burdened them with his transgressions; and he destroyed the boat of the good people because a king was about to seize it anyway.

Such is the alternate worldview and value system of Islam. Just as Islam introduced parallel characters based on Christian and Jewish figures, so did it introduce a parallel system of ethics and morality—one not to be questioned, for, as the Quran's Green Man shows, who are we mortals to know what good these ostensibly bizarre or murderous actions will lead to? Only the prophet of Allah knows—hence why he must be blindly obeyed, even if he commands you to murder.

Which leads to another parallel, one lethal in its implications: Just as a Western general's orders—including to kill—are not open to question by his soldiers, in Islam, the orders of "general" Muhammad are not open to question by the world's 1 billion plus Muslims, all of whom become, according to top Islamic scholar Qaradawi, Islam's "soldiers," ever ready to kill for their prophet-general.

Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum.

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Postby Agnimitra » 11 Dec 2012 12:40

Dr. Tahir ul-Qadri, considered the most respected 'Alim and Pakistan's gift to the Moslem world, is a darling of Pakistan's Anglo masters also because he has written a convoluted thesis on why "terrorism" is un-Islamic.

Tahir ul-Qadri also toured India recently, and his mureeds organized massive audiences. Sometimes they used kabootar-baazi tricks to get a dove to perch itself on the mic into which His Holiness spoke, and then on various Islamic fora on the internet the pics were posted to show it was a divine sign of the state of his peaceful heart.

Years ago when he rose to prominence in Pakhanistan, Tahir ul-Qadri revealed that the Prophet Muhammad (saw) had appeared in his dream and said that he had come to stay in Pakistan, but only if Tahir ul-Qadri himself agreed to be his personal host.

Just came across this good video of how Tahir ul-Qadri piously practices taqiyyah.


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Postby Agnimitra » 11 Dec 2012 12:55

^^^ Added later: In the Anglosphere, Tahir ul-Qadri has certain groups that invite him, kiss his hand, and make sure he has access and influence there. Typically, the higher ups in these networks are educated Brit and American converts, while the Paki immigrants form the lumpen bulk of this demographic. E.g. the British convert and now Sheikh Abdal Hakim Murad. Not surprisingly, Sheikh AHM's writings show a virulent anti-India and anti-Hindu bias. He will typically pick up and throw everything and the kitchen sink to put India and Hinduism down - Leftist theories (which they otherwise despise), distorted portrayals of Hinduism, Aryan Invasion Theory, etc. One gem from his book of "Contentions" to be researched and meditated upon by disciples -- "Vedas were an invasion; Muhammad bin Qasim showed the Way." Another example in the US is Sheikh Hamza Yusuf, though he is far more diplomatic than the likes of Sheikh AHM in Londonistan.

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Postby SSridhar » 12 Dec 2012 16:43

How Britain cultivated Muslim Brotherhood in the 40s and 50s
After Nasser died in 1970, and the pro-Western President Anwar Sadat secretly sponsored militant Islamist cells to counter nationalists and communists, British officials were still describing the Brotherhood as “a potentially handy weapon” for the regime

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Postby SSridhar » 12 Dec 2012 16:44

Islamist Proxies
The story of how Britain has, for decades, consistently undermined secular forces in the Arab world and colluded with radical forces to maintain its place in the global financial order.

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Postby anupmisra » 12 Dec 2012 21:08

Carl wrote:Dr. Tahir ul-Qadri...revealed that the Prophet Muhammad (saw) had appeared in his dream and said that he had come to stay in Pakistan, but only if Tahir ul-Qadri himself agreed to be his personal host.


Question for Qadri: How did he recognize that "person" in his dreams to be Muhammad if he had never seen him before (in person or his photo)? If he had, he should have reported it. Clearly, this qadri guy is wajib ul cattle. His dreams are anti islamic and he must be forbidden to dream again.

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Postby kish » 12 Dec 2012 21:32

anupmisra wrote:Question for Qadri: How did he recognize that "person" in his dreams to be Muhammad if he had never seen him before (in person or his photo)? If he had, he should have reported it. Clearly, this qadri guy is wajib ul cattle. His dreams are anti islamic and he must be forbidden to dream again.


cimple onlee. A 60 year old with a 6 year old, in his wetdream. :mrgreen:

pardon my benis language.

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Postby Agnimitra » 13 Dec 2012 05:39

anupmisra wrote:Question for Qadri: How did he recognize that "person" in his dreams to be Muhammad if he had never seen him before (in person or his photo)? If he had, he should have reported it. Clearly, this qadri guy is wajib ul cattle. His dreams are anti islamic and he must be forbidden to dream again.

anup ji, thij deep and emotional koshchan provej that joo are maulaner material.
There are videos on youtube of discussions running as long as 4 hours on this great event (Tahir ul-Qadri's dream), which is vital for Pakistan's IEDology.

Here is a short video of the young and upcoming Tahir ul-Qadri revealing his deepest mystical benedictions to an intimate audience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACGp53eE880

In the above video, His Holiness Qadri ji mentions that when the Prophet Muhammad came to reside as his guest in Pakistan, the Prophet personally ordered him to establish the Minhaj-ul-Qur'an society.

Here is an Ahmadi speaker raising the ineluctable question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mkq3gnAKQe0

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Postby arun » 13 Dec 2012 07:22

As evident from these stories datelined this week alone, Mohammadden Terrorism is truly a scourge of global dimensions.

December 10, Russia:

Russia jails four over plot to bomb high-speed train

December 11, Germany:

Bonn bomb scare cops 'hunting Salafists'

December 11, US & Mauritania:

FBI: 2 Alabama men plotted to wage jihad in Africa

December 11, US & Somalia:

Chicago man gets 10 years in overseas terrorism plot

December 11, US & Somalia:

Somali woman sentenced to eight years for helping terrorist group

December 11, Thailand:

Insurgents kill 7, including 11-month-old girl, in attacks in southern Thailan

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Postby AbhiJ » 13 Dec 2012 22:08

Question:When a man sees a girl then he had committed a sin? I want to know that is this ruling same for women too? Do they too commit sin by seeing the males?

Answer:Yes, as it is unlawful and sin for male to see any strange woman without need, the same ruling applies to women in the case seeing non-mahram males.

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Postby member_22872 » 14 Dec 2012 00:27

^^^ Then, shouldn't muslim men be made to wear shuttle cocks too to prevent muslim women from seeing them? Islam treats men and women the same. Also to prevent handsome men from getting raped by muslim women, men too can get raped by women, burkha can prevent that, no?

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Postby jamwal » 14 Dec 2012 15:53

Kerala court ruling implies: Before marriage, it's halaal for Hindu to convert in Islam, but not the other way around.

Kerala, land of the alleged Love Jihad, has just managed to reverse a Hindu-Muslim marriage on the ground that a religious conversion just before marriage sounds suspicious. The interesting twist to the tale is that this is a case of a Muslim groom who converted to Hinduism, apparently with the blessings of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP).

The Kerala High Court, reports The Times of India, deemed the conversion of the groom Shaiju M to Hinduism before his marriage to Ashwathy Ravindran as invalid. Even though both were adults, and thus entitled to marry according to their wishes, Justices Pius C Kuriakose and Babu Mathew P Joseph said their marriage would be valid only if they registered it under the Special Marriage Act.


The judgement is controversial—and is sure to be challenged by religious organisations—for three reasons.


Am I reading this right ?


Bail for 2 Azad Maidan rioters
A sessions court on Monday granted bail to two accused arrested in connection with the Azad Maidan violence, including one who allegedly desecrated the Amar Jawan memorial on August 11.

The accused, who desecrated the Amar Jawan memorial, was identified as Shahbad Abdul Kadir Shaikh and the other accused was identified as Niyaz.

The police, on November 9, had filed a 3,384-page charge sheet in a local court against 58 accused in the August 11 riot case. Two people died and 92 were injured in violence at a rally at Azad Maidan held to protest against alleged atrocities faced by Muslims in Assam and Myanmar. The rally turned ugly when some men started pelting stones at media persons and their vehicles as well as at the policemen present.

Meanwhile, the metropolitan magistrate’s court also extended the custody of the rally’s main organiser Maulana Ahmed Raza. “His custody was extended till December 15,” said his advocate Sharif Sheikh.

Raza, general secretary of an NGO, Madina-tul-ilm, has been booked on charges of murder, conspiracy, rioting, causing damage to public and private properties and unlawful assembly.

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Postby JE Menon » 14 Dec 2012 19:44

>>unlawful and sin for male to see any strange woman without need

What about a strange woman with need? Would that be ok? If not, then does that mean its not ok to see strange women, period? Then the question arises: What if the woman is not strange? Would it still be unlawful and sin?

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Postby kenop » 14 Dec 2012 21:52

It is recommended that one sees the wimmins you know. Like coujinz aj theje are there phor lyphe.

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Postby KJo » 14 Dec 2012 22:40

Islam is so full of contradictions and loopholes that it is mindboggling. It's the ultimate well designed religion for this purpose. All things to all people.
No wonder it caters both to the honest decent people who wail (Islam is peace onleee :(() and the thugs and gangstas who want to conquer Kafir lands.

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Postby lakshmikanth » 14 Dec 2012 23:11

jamwal wrote:Kerala court ruling implies: Before marriage, it's halaal for Hindu to convert in Islam, but not the other way around.

Kerala, land of the alleged Love Jihad, has just managed to reverse a Hindu-Muslim marriage on the ground that a religious conversion just before marriage sounds suspicious. The interesting twist to the tale is that this is a case of a Muslim groom who converted to Hinduism, apparently with the blessings of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP).

The Kerala High Court, reports The Times of India, deemed the conversion of the groom Shaiju M to Hinduism before his marriage to Ashwathy Ravindran as invalid. Even though both were adults, and thus entitled to marry according to their wishes, Justices Pius C Kuriakose and Babu Mathew P Joseph said their marriage would be valid only if they registered it under the Special Marriage Act.


The judgement is controversial—and is sure to be challenged by religious organisations—for three reasons.


Am I reading this right ?



You are reading that right. A short while ago, the Indian judicial system declared that Hinduism is not a religion. Everyone knows that Islam is a religion. How can you convert from a religion of yours (that prevents apostasy by death) to a non religion. Everyone also knows that everyone in India has to have a religion.

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Postby RajeshA » 14 Dec 2012 23:33

KJoishy wrote:Islam is so full of contradictions and loopholes that it is mindboggling. It's the ultimate well designed religion for this purpose. All things to all people.
No wonder it caters both to the honest decent people who wail (Islam is peace onleee :(() and the thugs and gangstas who want to conquer Kafir lands.

As per my current understanding of Islam, I see zero contradictions. Everything is explainable. If anything should fall outside this definition, I'll be more than happy to be corrected.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis

Postby RamaY » 15 Dec 2012 00:04

JE Menon wrote:>>unlawful and sin for male to see any strange woman without need

What about a strange woman with need? Would that be ok? If not, then does that mean its not ok to see strange women, period? Then the question arises: What if the woman is not strange? Would it still be unlawful and sin?


Actually there is something called temporary marriage in Islam which is meant to take care of manly needs. Wimmens of course are not Hu-Man.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis

Postby sanjaykumar » 15 Dec 2012 05:06

Nikah mut'ah. Strictly one way. Begums need not apply.

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Re: Islamism & Islamophobia Abroad - News & Analysis

Postby Prem » 15 Dec 2012 05:24

RajeshA wrote:
KJoishy wrote:Islam is so full of contradictions and loopholes that it is mindboggling. It's the ultimate well designed religion for this purpose. All things to all people.
No wonder it caters both to the honest decent people who wail (Islam is peace onleee :(() and the thugs and gangstas who want to conquer Kafir lands.

As per my current understanding of Islam, I see zero contradictions. Everything is explainable. If anything should fall outside this definition, I'll be more than happy to be corrected.


No Contradiction in Chamleonslam!!


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