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Judaism and Christianity have reformed but Islam has not

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Submitted by Aliya (United Kingdom), Dec 8, 2009 at 11:21

The difference between the religions is that although Christianity and Judaism gave up their "supremacist" part of their theology, Islam has yet to.

Kicking and screaming, we'll have to drag Islam into the 21st century, and reform. It has to give up it's idea of "supremacy".

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