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Muslim Reform

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Submitted by y Brandstetter MD (Israel), Dec 21, 2014 at 05:22

As long as Muslim reform does not include the acceptance of the jewish State, and the rejection of Muslim conquest of the Holy Land, it is not reform.

Real Christian reform began with the rejection of the Pope as a political figure and consummates with absolving the jewish religion and Nation from the wrongful murder of Jesus, thus paving the way for the recognition of the Jewish National Home in Judea. Real islamic reform must begin with the rejection of the notion of Khalifate, and the acceptance of the Jewish National Home in the Land of Israel.

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