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Here is an example of why Islam cannot be reformed

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 30, 2014 at 10:11

Dr. Pipes

I'm sure that you are aware that there is an Egyptian Sheikh his name is el-Sheikh el-Heweni and this crazy man declared in 2011 that the solution to Egypt's economic problems is that Egyptian Muslims should invade other lands (lands of Kuffar) and acquire slaves yes this is what he said

Well we can argue that he is a misguided fool and no more

But here is his response when he was told by secularists in Egypt that he is out of his mind

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnaHd2FgCc8

And this is what he is saying: Jihad and spreading Islam even through violence is mandated by Allah who also says in the Qur'an that Muslims can own slaves then he says: "I'm not the one who is saying that Allah is saying that in his al-Kitab al-3Aziz (The Qur'an)"

This is the real problem with Islam that nut cases say that the Qur'an is the word of God and it is good at all times in all places and nothing can be changed

Where is a Pope when you need him

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