A few words from Salman Rushdie on Islam

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3 Responses to A few words from Salman Rushdie on Islam

  1. θ says:

    A bad Moslems exists as well as the bad non Moslems. A bad Moslems corrupt himself without associating his crimes to Islam. But the so-called “worse Moslems” misuse Islam to justify their greed, corruption, lust of power, intolerance, lie, terrorism, hatred, justice, even hypocrisy.
    On other hand, the worse non Moslems use both the worse and bad Moslems to destroy Islam.

    A bad Moslem knows whatever is wrong is unIslamic, yet he does it (with the excuse of being under duress, of necessities, less of two evils, known as Darura ad Subhat), but without justifying it as Islamic thing.
    The worse Moslems seek the excuses for their evilness, and justify it as Islamic thing.

    A good Moslem is consistent. Unlike a bad one, the good Moslem doesn’t do the evilness even though he may use the classic excuse of Darura. Unlike a worse one, the good Moslem doesn’t seek to justify the evilness as Islamic thing.

  2. θ says:

    A bad Moslem exists as well as the bad non Moslems. A bad Moslem corrupt himself without associating his crimes to Islam. But the so-called “worse Moslems” misuse Islam to justify their greed, corruption, lust of power, intolerance, lie, terrorism, hatred, justice, even hypocrisy.
    On other hand, the worse non Moslems use both the worse and bad Moslems to destroy Islam.

    A bad Moslem knows whatever is wrong is unIslamic, yet he does it (with the excuse of being under duress, of necessities, less of two evils, known as Darura abd Shubhat), and keeps doing it, but without justifying it as Islamic thing.
    The worse Moslems seek the excuses for their evilness, even justify it, and try to legalise it as Islamic thing.

    A good Moslem is consistent. Unlike a bad one, the good Moslem doesn’t do the evilness even though he may use the classic excuse of Darura. Unlike a worse one, the good Moslem doesn’t seek to justify the evilness as Islamic thing.

  3. θ says:

    A bad Moslem exists as well as the bad non Moslems. A bad Moslem corrupts himself without associating his crimes to Islam. But the so-called “worse Moslems” misuse Islam to justify their greed, corruption, lust of power, intolerance, lie, terrorism, hatred, injustice, even hypocrisy.
    On other hand, the worse non Moslems use both the worse and bad Moslems to destroy Islam.

    A bad Moslem knows whatever is wrong is unIslamic, yet he does it (with the excuse of being under duress, of necessities, less of two evils, known as Darura and Shubhat), and keeps doing it, but without justifying it as Islamic thing.
    The worse Moslems seek further the excuses for their evilness, even justify it, and try to legalise it as Islamic thing.

    A good Moslem is consistent. Unlike a bad one, the good Moslem doesn’t do the evilness even though he could have used a classic excuse of Darura, but he doesn’t. Unlike a worse one, the good Moslem doesn’t seek to justify the evilness as Islamic thing.

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