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Muslim Apostasy

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Submitted by Topnife (United States), Jun 26, 2007 at 16:40

Salman Rushdie must now seek protection from his British Muslim countrymen, who would murder him for being honored by "their" Queen.

If they really cared about Islam, these British Muslims would follow the Islamic law which declares it apostasy for a Muslim to live in a non-Islamic country, and would return en masse to Pakistan and elsewhere in the Dar al Islam. We'd sure miss them (right!), but no one would want to force them to continue to live in freedom, if it means to live in sin in the House of War.

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