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Submitted by jagdish roza, Sep 19, 2005 at 12:11

The Law of TAQIYAH - Islam allows its followers to cheat , tell lies in deception ,and give worng ideas to the non muslims as long as such a lie, deception,and action is directed towards protecting the cause of islam. A llah will be pleased by such lies and he will reward the liar for this. This law of taqiyah is in the koran and every muslim is using it just to cheat the non believers. Thus, when you hear the most commonly used phrases by muslims after a terrorist attack,such as - " Islam never allows it', " its so unislamic', " they have misunderstood the koran', " the real meaning in arabic is different', ' I am not so religious", " only a small fraction of misguided muslims do it', " If you want, I will convert to your faith,just to marry you' ... The recent pronouncement of fathwas"( death sentence") issues by canadian imams fall under this law of Taqiyaah...
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