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Religion of heart is conscience of a human being - and Islam kills it off !!!

Reader comment on item: [The Search for Moderate Islam:] A Reply to Lawrence Auster
in response to reader comment: Religion of the Book and Culture of the Heart

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Apr 5, 2010 at 10:50

Satish, you write: "You are right to an extent,and I shall explain the reason: Religion is of two types -Religion of the Book and Religion of the Heart. The former is dogmatic ;the latter ,dynamic."
What you are calling "Religion of the Heart" is actualluy the conscience of human beings, guiding them to moral right from wrong. It is shaped to a large extent by the religion of the book. In case of Muslims, their conscience is completely killed off by the religion of the book and that is why Muslims carry out the dastardly acts of cruelty, murder, rape, looting, invading, etc, etc, without feeling any remorse(again controlled by conscience), and since such acts are sanctioned by their religion book, Quran, and have also been followed by their leader Mo/allah, they have full support of their so called god and so they don't worry about any tinge of conscience in their heart.

It is because of this there is a zero chance of this cult reforming itself. It has not changed for last 1400 years. Don't you think it is sufficient time for Muslims to realize there is something wrong with their religion and they should reform it or leave it altogether?? Unfortunately, even educated Muslims who behave rationally in all of their day to day life won't do anything about their immoral acts of their cult.


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