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Islam and honesty

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Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Apr 9, 2006 at 08:38

Islam enforces upon muslims that faith must supercede honesty (in case of conflict between the two) and islamic faith must prevail over all other "inferior" faiths. Islam (=submission = mental slavery) is basically incompatible with honesty. If some truths and facts refute any islamic claim then the muslim must reject these truths and deny these facts.

This makes dialog with muslims difficult, actually impossible.

On all blogs, forums, chats, inter-religious dialogs etc. it is the same tired long-drawn story.

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