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Two Islams

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Submitted by BRagoo (United States), Jul 22, 2005 at 20:06

I really think there are two Islams, the Islam of strict Koranic adherence and the Islam of the Hadiths, which allows for interpretations and aplogies of what is written in the Quran.

I believe it makes a difference which Islam you follow. The Islam of Mohammed seems filled with murder, hate and world domination by the sword or by Quranic means.

The Islam of the Hadiths seems like some people woke up years after the Quran was written and decided that what was written in the Quran needed toning down a little to conform to new attitudes about religion.
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