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Infidels, apostates & heretics exist in every religion.

Reader comment on item: Violent Jihadis v. Lawful Jihadis

Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), Jan 5, 2009 at 11:36

According to Islam all human beings are equal in the sight of allah. So, why do the Muslims consider people in their own religion as infidels, apostates & heretics? These guys are subject to a Fatwah and assassination.

That's the reason Islam remains a backward religion -- going back to the 7th century. There seems to be no room for reform or reformers. Therefore, 'Violent Jihadis vs.Lawful Jihadis' will always exist.

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