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Mohammed, CPA: It is the Koran which does not show any decency or respect for non-Muslim beliefs

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Submitted by Plato (India), Oct 14, 2009 at 21:51

Mohammed, you write,

>>It is matter of shame for any well educated person to criticize others if they do not follow your dress code or your way of life.<<

But you see Mohammed, some not all, well-educated non-Muslims only criticize but do not enforce a dress code unless there is a health or security issue. But practically all well educated scholars of Islam say it must be enforced and they do where their religion is in power. Which is a real shame.

>>It is the Fundamental Human Rights to go by his way. People like you need to respect othhers' way of life.<<

You have neglected to read what non-Muslim posters say. They are not for any dress code, they are against any religion or male relative forcing women to go under what looks to me like an ugly black funeral shroud.

>>Well educated & refined people don't like many Laws & Practices of some Radical people & Rulers of Saudi Arabia, Iran & Sudan.<<

Well educated and refined non-Muslims keep criticizing and protesting these laws and practices of these countries. Do you know the reason why we don't hear well-educated and refined Muslims do the same in a loud enough voice? I can give you a clue. The radical Muslims will throw the book (Sharia Laws) at them and silence them.

>>That does not mean all Muslim nations do follow them & go by their practices.<<

All Muslim nations declare themselves to be Islamic Republics or Kingdoms. They cannot flout Sharia and remain Islamic. Sharia have only half a man's value in inheritance and witnessing. Women can be thrashed by their husbands (4:34)

>>You can not treat other Muslims like the poeple of those countries.<<

Where, Mohammed CPA, can you find non-Muslims treating Muslims like Islamic nations treat infidels?

>>Well educated & refined Muslims go by the Dignified & Universally acceptable Standard and Practices of life.<<

Is an eye for an eye universally accepted and standard practice? Is thrashing one's wife universally acceptable and dignified practice? If they are not why does Islam allow them?

>>Please maintain the decency and respect for others. I have no information about your culture, educational level and your out look about other people & their way of life.<<

That is what infidels are demanding from Muslims, decency and respect for our beliefs. We know that your religion calls us senseless beasts, najis and fit only for hell. Unless you reject such teachings of the Koran we will continue to think very poorly of Islam and Muslims.




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