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in response to reader comment: Takfiris are extremists

Submitted by Doug (Australia), Mar 10, 2011 at 03:44

"There's no compulsion in religion" doesn't mean anything about what you've mentioned. It means that if a non-Muslim would not like to become a Muslim, they can still reside by paying jizyah."

I'm sorry, I thought you knew what you were talking about. Lets see, Malaysia ... in order to be counted as a citizen you must declare yourself to be a moslem. Their constitution states: " Malay as a Malaysian citizen born to a Malaysian citizen who professes to be a Muslim, habitually speaks the Malay language, adheres to Malay customs, and is domiciled in Malaysia or Singapore.
As a result, Malay citizens who convert out of Islam are no longer considered Malay under the law."

This is true in EVERY Islamic country, so don't start saying people are free under islam, what a load of bull. And my comment about ""There's no compulsion in religion" is in regard to Sharia law, this law states that you MUST comply to religous values or be punished for non-compliance, Sharia Law is un-islamic according to the Qu'ran. Proove that is not, or stop posting, you don't contibrute to the discussion as you don't bring any facts with you, just blind statements of someone that has never bothered to look anything up.


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