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Dueling Fatwas- reply to Grand kaffir

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in response to reader comment: CURMALLY: Would an Insan al Kamil keep slaves, marry a six year old or torture and kill for money?

Submitted by Fazal Habib Curmally (Pakistan), Oct 17, 2010 at 03:35

In my shahadah say I bear witness " I bear witness that there is no God but God and I bear witness that Mohammad is his Prophet." If you see that as equation in that, then the error is yours and not mine.

We have been feeding and housing Afghans by the millions for the last 30 years. So? The taliban arose in Kandahar and its vicinity. It is my country's policy to recognize the Government in Kabul. The taliban are a pakhtun phenomenon and we have a pakhtun population too. Makes sense doesn't it? If America can go and fight to ensure its security why are you denying us the right to do the same?

I don't preach Islam to anyone and whether that makes me a good Muslim or not I leave it to my God to judge.

Did I ask you not to have a different Insan e Kamil? Your problem is you want me to believe as you do and are not prepared to accept my point of view. Have I said you are wrong to believe as you do? We can go on and on and on in this manner.

I cannot vouch for having sex with a 9 year old girl. It seems that the Prophet (may peace be upon him) took her to bed after she had attained puberty. Look it up if you believe me. The prophet's daughter ( may peace be upon them).died at the age of 18 and was the mother of 4 children at that time. So why are you using today's morality to view something 1400 years old? When you do that, it is anthropomorphication or attributing your values to the object or subject understudy.to arrive at a solution or conclusion. {Perhaps the Kantian Ding Am Zich or the thing in itself would be a better way.

By the way didn't Jerry Lee Lewis (The Killer) marry his cousin who 12 or 13 or so? I'm till crazy about his music but his tour of England was called off because of his marriage.. Did his music become bad because of his marriage? If you tell me his music was prohibited from being broadcast from some Southern states, it was because "Great balls of Fire" and "Whole lot of shaking going on" were considered suggestive of the sexual act. If you haven't heard the Killer, then I suggest you do he is an all time great. I think he was the only white man who understood the beat and the spirit of the coloured American, Blues and then rock and roll. He stands with the greats. There is a great similarity between his piano playing and the early Little Richard way.

So grand infidel of kaffiristan are we going to continue or stop? I am for stopping because we are discussing everything except Duelling fatwas.

Take care..

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