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Trying to reform Islam can be dangerous!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 21, 2016 at 07:50

The late Mahmoud Mohamed Taha (!909-!985) the Sudanese religious reformer proposed that the Meccan Suras should be the "Second Message of Islam" and they become what the message of Islam is all about

The Medina Suras will be regarded as Suras revealed at a point in time when Muhammad was fighting his enemies Which really means that Meccan Suras abrogate the Medina Sura Or Ayat al-Sayf (The sword verse) will be abrogated by The no compulsion verse Notice that Askari and Rehman do not mention his name which means that if they promote such idea in the Arab world it can be very dangerous

Taha was accused and then tried for apostasy and he was murdered by the regime of Ja'far el-Numeiry

More? Check the case of the young Egyptian Islam el-Beheri who tried to reform Islam along the same line and where is he now? He is in jail
http://www.bbc.com/arabic/middleeast/2015/12/151229_egypt_programme_presenter_sentence

Where is Mr Obama or Hillary Clinton or even the vile CAIR or our media protesting the jail sentence of Mr el-Beheri?

Oh let me see they are busy supporting the terror group called the Muslim Brotherhood

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