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Pigs wine and Islam

Reader comment on item: Hungary: Not "Submitting to Islam"
in response to reader comment: Judeo-Christian is an oxymoron

Submitted by dhimmi no more, Aug 20, 2018 at 17:01

Our dear Raul who must be reading tablighee pamphlets wrote:

>Judaism and Islam both believe in theocratic states with halakha/sharia

And we can say that there are Buddhist monks and Christian monks! But what does that prove? Let me help you: Not much. And speaking of Buddhists: You can also say that Myanmar is a Buddhist theocracy!

You need to stop reading Tablighee and Da'wa literature

Here is a good start: Wansbrough's "Sectarian Milieu"


Muhammad and his God Allah were very obssesed with the Kuffar or non Muslims and what to do with them. Developing a coherent theology? May the Gods forbid

And al-Shari'a al-Islamiyya is not just rules laws and judgments directed to Muslims but much of it is what to do with the non Muslims! On your next trip to Mecca order some bacon and a glass of wine and let us see what happens. Compare this with Israel No one will stop you from consuming pork

BTW: The Qur'an says that you can drink alcohol and it is good for you and you can even eat pork under certain conditions!

With respect you are not a disciplined thinker/writer


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