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Argue that Islam is an obvious 7th century fraud instead of trying to help Muslms reform it.

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Submitted by Canto28 (United States), Oct 21, 2013 at 17:44

No educated person can rationally be a Muslim as Islam can easily be shown to be a fraud for many reasons., including contradictions & scientific & errors. Indeed, the Qur'an itself essentially annouces it is a fraud with the abrogation verses: Q 2:106: "Whatever communications We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, We bring one better than it or like it. Do you not know that Allah has power over all things?". This verse, in combination with verses* 16:101, 22:52, and 87:6, was elaborated into a formal system of abrogation (naskh in Arabic) by the greatest classical Muslim Koranic scholars and jurists.

So Allah couldn't get it right the first time? "Power of all things" also means power to get it right the first time. These verses are at bottom an admission of fraud. One should insist that Muslims see this, there's no way around it. People can be un-programed, un-brainwashed, even Muslims. There must be intellectual warfare against Islam, not "radical Islam", Islam - intellectual warfare, not accomodation ...

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