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Things Done in the Name of Religion That Betrays Why Religion Cannot Serve Justice to a God That Requires Service in Love

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: Adding Mahsa Amini's Name to the List of Honored Fallen Voices of Freedom

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 20, 2022 at 14:35

What service to a Deity that desires worship in freedom to love is tolerated when religious zealots show no such reverence while executing a mere religious tactic demonstrating nothing but defiance for the Deity that called for obedience in love to be the service for which humanity was originally created. Mahsa Amini died for the sake of religious zealotry that served no purpose but for the selfish pride of perpetuating a false perception of religious judgement. Of such is determined from a religion that did not correctly observe what is required of humanity.
Mankind is required to serve the Almighty Deity of the ages through an acceptance of the edict that only the God of all is able to correctly execute judgement, delegating His precepts only to those who honorably recognize His Sovereign Mediator as the true judge. All others are condemned to have that judgement pronounced when they are called to give cause for why they did not believe when confronted with the truth.
Here is where Islamic zealotry shows its true colours: those that perpetrated their religious zealotry against Mahsa Amini were themselves already guilty of crimes against the regime: where is their judgement for the execution of their punishment?


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