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Submitted by Lynn (United States), Mar 14, 2009 at 23:27

Islam was changing and modifying even with Mohammad. When he fancied his nephews wife suddenly something forbidden became a blessing from Allah. The fact that Islam can be modified means nothing when it also can revert, and does so often ad the need may be. Like a chameleon always changing color but still a chameleon.

To me examples of modification are only little glimmers of false hope that drag us into another round of appeasement ,or capitulation, or denial.

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