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Reader comment on item: Once considered anti-Islam, senior scholar says he's now in the middle
in response to reader comment: Islam's Abrahamic heritage

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Aug 25, 2010 at 06:43

Mr Ghulam didactically states :
"To pass judgment on such serious matters without full knowledge and understanding is not the way of the enlightened. " -

The implication being that you have to be enlightened or approaching it to understand the merits an subtleties of the barbaric sharia system. ( What's subtle about having your hand sliced off for shoplifting?) This is the sort of BS we come to expect from muslims.

Mr Ghulam would hope that we would be rather more 'respectful' of muslim 'sensitivities' and stop any critcism. As if that's ever going to happen Mr. Ghulman. The more that people find out about Islam - the louder the criticism is going to be - so get used to it.

Trying to present sharia as anything more than what it is - a primitive,stultifying and restrictive bunch of 7th century miuddle eastern tribal laws required to keep whole populaces in fear and submission (islam means what??) - is , as the saying goes - like putting lipstick on a pig.

As if Mr Ghulham had any clue about what he was talking about.. The huge majority of muslims.- who have become so deluded in their internal fantasy world of rock spider Mo, genies, buraqs, world domination, vile anti-semitism, the belief in the superiority of their 'religion' etc etc etc that they are totally unable to see or call things as they are.


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