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Islam is full of contradictions.

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Submitted by bala lakshmi (India), Jun 26, 2007 at 06:16

Dear all brothers and sisters,

We enjoy rose because of the fragrance of the flower and rose plant is having thorns to protect itself from any body doing harm to it.

Though you can not compare religion with flowers, I think the allegory is justifiable in the case of Islam. This faith is full of poisons against other faiths. eg are People of the Book, Jizya, Shariah, cutting of hands, limbs, dar al islam, jihad, fighting against infidels, Kufr, no law, fatwa , killing at your wish, honour killings, women are inferior to men, purdahs, mutiliations of genitals, compulsory circumcisions, noise pollutions 5 times everyday because ot the loud prayers.( Allah is all pervading and cant he know the inner voice.). They are against idol worship but worship Meccah, Kaaba and the direction of Meccah.(Why?). Arabic worship. (If Allah is all pervading God he should give equal prefernce to all languages.)

They are against women but propagate angels. Jinns are justifiable by them. They are against alcohol but opium can be cultivated. (See Afghans). You should not shave beards but head hair can be shaved. All superstitions are embedded in the Islamic system the contradictions fight each other ...


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