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if that guy (Muzammil) had even cracked open a dictionary....

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Submitted by Hasan (Canada), Mar 22, 2009 at 10:49

The idea that cutting off someone's head would prevent them from reaching paradise is laughable on so many levels. If he had cracked open a dictionary and looked up the definition of the word 'sacred', he would have found his answer. http://holyspirit-shekinah.org/_/sacrum_bone.htm 'The ancient world believed that the sacrum was the last bone subject to decay after death (conviction found in a Jewish folk story) . This idea is also found with the Muslims, being mentioned in a Hadith: "Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said: "…Everything of a human body will waste away' perish or decay except the last coccyx bone (Al-ajb, Arab.) and from that bone Allah will reconstruct the whole body". ' The sick part of it is that someone would actually try to sabotage his wife's afterlife in this way...short-circuiting the judgement process. But if he found it within himself to terminate her life, ... what's ruining her afterlife compared to that.

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