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What is the scholarly reference for this claim of yours.

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Submitted by Bertan Atalay (Canada), Nov 6, 2013 at 18:05

"Now back to the fault lines of islam and they are: Islam is not just a religion which is based on polemics as it is also a political system as in Islam deen wa dawla (Islam is religion and state) and there is no separation of one from the other."

There is no basis for your claim and you are outright wrong!

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