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Reform Muslims not Islam

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Islam Cannot be Reformed

Submitted by guardian of Deen (United Arab Emirates), Jul 4, 2013 at 07:42

your dream is unrealistic, more people are entering Islam than ever

Islam will surpass Christianing in around 2025 and will it be the number one religion in the world

Minaretes will call for prayer in western cities.

but as you said that Islam cannot be reformed because the Holy quran is God's words is some how true. the reason is because Islam do not need to be reformed, it is in its top form.

However Muslims need to be reformed and abide to God's commands which they forgot about.

self defense is an act approved by all scriptures and laws of the world, Muslims were attacked and unjustified and been aggressed upon in this wolrd - fighting back the aggressor is not terrorism, it is self defense, however killing innocent civilians is terrorism and is not allowed in Islam

though killing women and children is justified by previous scriptures. before Islam, your understanding is more than enough (I hope!!!)


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