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freedom in Islam?

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in response to reader comment: If pulling other people tooths considered sharia, that's bs....

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kafiristan (Australia), Aug 26, 2009 at 17:18

Fajri writes:

"The Prophet Muhammad allows muslim men to wear silver as he did wore a silver ring with a seal on it..."

He actually allows you to do that does he? You've been given his permission to wear silver. That was a very generous concession on his part to Muslims living far into his future then wasn't it?

However real prophets let their followers wear whatever the f^&% they like - realising that transformation of consciousness (the true aim of religions) has nothing to do with what bodies are wearing.

Wake up. Be free enough in yourself to give permission to yourself to wear whatever you like, think whatever you want to think and do whatever you want to do.

Or would you rather be a slave of Islam - it's probably a more comfortable role for you. You don't have to think - all your decisions are made for you it seems.

Submitting....

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