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Religion in General is Ambiguous - True Cause Leading to Ambivalence in Religion Altogether

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 29, 2021 at 13:25

Ambiguity in religion has been the bane of the human experience from the very beginning. Does Islam get the big prize for being more ambiguous than say, Christianity? Actualy, not necessarily, as the Crusades testify.
How does one question the motives of eh Crusaders in attempting to wrest Jerusalem from Islam?
Simple: where in Scripture does humanity get instructions to do so?
Islam is in a mess because it does not have license either. All of Islam can be described as an attempt to replace the religion of the Middle East, but could not make that argument stick; so they go to war; period.
Peace only arrives when the true owner of Zion returns and quashes all arguments in Truth, not in Islam.

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