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Very bad fall of style Mr Palazzi

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Submitted by Italian (Italy), Jan 24, 2006 at 16:43

I visited your site, Mr Abdul Palazzi, and i was impressed of your frank speech about the situation of Islam today , and i am surprised about your rare appearance in the italian tv (dominated by Piccardo, Scajola, etc...).

But i am also was surprised at your attack in the second part of your comment: is exactly the same kind of attack done by Adel Smith when he declares the cross "a miniature corpse".

it is a very fall of style.

Why you are insulting a religion, if you are a tolerant? What will be your reaction if i told something about the contraddiction of the Koran? i think you can worry.So, you can't lifting a religion insulting one other.

I think it is not Koran we should modernize.Koran is immutable, like another religious text, also the sha'ria shouldn't be changed.

The only thing we can do is modernizing the MUSLIM MINDS, so, they can left the koran when it is not good for today, and preserve the inner spiritual for soul salvation.

The only two alternatives is:
1) integral interpretation of Koran and Sharia;
2) leave the Koran (and the Islam) and becoming ateists;

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