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Millions of her Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India! and God or Ethics!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more, Feb 18, 2019 at 17:35

You wrote

>God or Ethics? Who is primary?

This would be the answer of al-Mufasereen and it is from Surat al-Nisa' 80:

من يطع الرسول فقد اطاع الله

This can be rendered as: He who obeys the messenger (Muhammad) he has obeyed Allah!

Muhammad comes before Allah and nothing about "ethics" and common sense and human decency! What a disaster!

There is no "ethics" in Islam it is about الطاعة or obedience after all Muslims are not supposed to question anything! It is about الطاعة So if Allah tells Muslims to slay the polytheists (the infamous Sword Verse or Q9:5) and the ancestors of that Bangladeshi, via England, woman, were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India, she cares less after all Islam is about الطاعة not "ethics"

I do not get why do Indian and Pakistani Muslims do not address the atrocities committed against their own ancestors by the Muslim invaders of India!


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