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"Basic rule" and "law"

Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: re Down Under

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 10, 2010 at 19:44

Kaan wrote :

"I know a researcher, who did a similiar work reading the whole koran in order to look for rules of government, different task...He revealed, that it is not possible to rule a whole society, as these "laws" are just basic rules and not determined for such a purpose."

I recommend your researcher to reveal his semantics too and tell us the difference between "basic rule" and "law" and besides to reveal to us what he knows about deductive logic and why despite his revelations all imams, mullahs and ulemas don't share his views?

I'd also recommand to him to look at the past 1000 years of your country and 1400 years of Islam to see the amazing consistency between what "the basic rule" of your researcher and "laws" that ruled the whole Islamic society displayed .

>So, do not mix up religion and laws.<

It is rather you that mix up things and notions to disculpate Islam, this totalitarian evil death cult.

> Luckily many Western societies have understood this, even though they had painful centuries to overcome.<

Unluckily or luckily , Turkey is no Western society. It's 99,8% Islamic - with more imams than doctors and teachers and more mosques than hospitals.


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