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Muslims must fix Islam

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in response to reader comment: America's hidden jihad - ritual beheading no Islamic monopoly

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 2, 2016 at 10:59

VM wrote

Ritual beheading has a history dating back to the bible.

Again the Bible is a book that describes what really happened. And this is why no sane Jew or Christian would regard beheading as valid for all times and all places

The Qur'an? It prescribes what is to be done by Muslims and these prescriptions are good for all times and all places. Muslims are stuck with the fact that the Qur'an is Allah's last revelation This means that beheading is Islamic and good for all times and all places

The way out? Is to reform Islam and follow al-Mu'tazila that the Qur'an was written at a point in time and its not good for all places at all times It is also time that Muslims should reconsider the fact that they need to have a Muslim Pope. It is very interesting that in very early Islam al-Khalifa was called Khalifat Allah which means that al-Khalifa would have been not unlike a Pope. And this is indeed what you will find in Shia Islam A Pope can lead the Singha (wonderful Buddhist term) No Pope means it is an open season for crazy people Daish inculded

It is too bad but only Muslims can fix islam


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