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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 18, 2014 at 11:40

Our dear Amin who gave up on his little forays in Arabic and I wonder why and he wrote

>>"Only in secular moslem Nations such as Egypt is there even a modicum of rational thought."

>There is no real secular [as understood in the West - complete separation of State and Religion] Muslim-majority government.

Well here is the problem with Muslims as in the case of Egypt: The Egyptian legal system is based on the Napoleonic code:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleonic_Code

see also:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judiciary_of_Egypt

and it is indeed a very secular legal system and it is clear even in the dark days of the fascist Muslim Brotherhood this past year no sane Egyptian wanted to see arms chopped or people being stoned (even Morsi admitted this much that he will not force his Islamic Sharia) or women being forced to wear the full Ninja aka al-Niqab or even al-hijab and no one had the stomach for this barbarity but yes you can watch the crazy Shioukh spewing their hate and nonsense on cable TV and yes everyone was giving lip service to al-Sharia what ever that is but again Egyptians kicked the MB and Morsi out of office and retained their secular legal system.

The biggest mistake that the Muslim Brotherhood did was not trying to implement the barbaric Sharia which they knew that it will not fly in Egypt but because they underestimated Egyptian nationalism and that Egypt is really all of Egypt Halayeb and Shlateen and the Sinai included (which Morsi wanted to give away to Sudan and Hamas) also al-Nuba and that the Copts are a very intergal part of Egypt and that sane Egyptians want ot have nothing to do with the crazy Caliphate thing

Yes clueless Morsi did not realize that even if he would have tried to work on the economy that was falling apart he might have had a chance to stay in office but he did not

But Morsi's fatal mistake was he was not really in charge and the person in charge was really Mohamed Badee3 the Morshid of the MB which means that un unelected man was running the country and this really means that this terrorist group the MB is not any different from the Mafia and they had to be kicked out of office

>>"Consider that rational thinking is what the Liberal mind despises on all fronts in favour of irrationality."

>!!! ???

Let me help you here are examples of Islamic irrationality and stupidity

https://www.facebook.com/takarifsheihk

And the Islamic stupidities in the likes of Saheeh el-Bukhari

https://www.facebook.com/Takarifsboukari

Muslims in Egypt are fed up with these stupidities

>>"Mohammed Deedats Islamic youth crusades were certainly effective in radicalising Moslem youth in the western and middle eastern nations."

>!!! ???

Correct me if I'm wrong but was he an Ahmadee like you? Which would make him according to both Sunna and Shia as a kafir

Deedat was an idiot (but again religion is a big industry in India and in other places where Indians head to be it South Africa or England) so do you think that he might be enjoying Allah's little paradise with 72 virgins or was he into al-Ghulman in Allah's little bordelo you tell me

I urge you to leave islam and be free from the arabs and their imperialism

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