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Asking the hyenas to go vegetarian

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Submitted by car313 (India), Oct 26, 2011 at 14:16

How can one expect a cow to hunt or foxes to forage? As a subject of islam it is not possible for niyaz to empathize with the kaffar much less a jew. Whether a muslim blows up or is blown up, niyaz's mandate is crystal clear. Always root for the muslim. No matter what. My religion right or wrong. In that much niyaz is much more honest than the taqqiyya acrobats who post here so passionately and so presumptuously expecting to be actually believed.

Theirs not to question why theirs but to do and die. And kill in the process. Islamic theology is based on an explicit negation and denial of conscience. Islam requires that one follows the koran, hadith and sunna. Never one's concsience. That would be shirk. According to Ghazzali, stealing is forbidden not because it is bad but it is bad because koran/mohammad/sunna forbids it. Ijtehad is bidaa. It is for the mushrikeen, not for the momeen.

They can't be clearer than that. We can't be hazier than this.

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