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Islam is beyond a reformation

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Submitted by peter heath (United Kingdom), Dec 22, 2013 at 08:37

... That it has survived so long says more to the inherent tyranny of Islam, the way it damns apostasy and the 'unbeliever' and the attendant cruelty and barbarism that appeal to base human instincts in third world (Islamic) societies (PAKISTAN and AFGHANISTAN). Let us hope that it does keep factionalising until eventually it simply implodes in the way that communism and Nazism did. Only then will the world be at peace, and able to breathe a huge sigh of relief.

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