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originally posted by: Kapusta
As a Muslim my self if i were their i would slap the taste right out of his mouth
I think muslims are like this. They tell all of the world that terrorists are only a small percentage of their religion, and nobody rises up in anger against their fellow muslims and call them out as murderers and terrorists.
originally posted by: FlySolo
a reply to: Kapusta
Hi, I appreciate your opinion so perhaps you should tell me if this man should be allowed to speak inaccuracies to a crowd of muslims? Why are others not slapping the taste out of his mouth?
originally posted by: Shiloh7
a reply to: FlySolo
Time to wake up because Muslims trade on how little we know about their culture. People argue about moderate muslims. What a stupid joke.
There is no such thing as a moderate muslim - you are muslim or you are not. There is nothing else - can't be if you think about it.
If you are not you are all fair game to their thugs whose only role is to convert you and if you don't convert willingly, you will be forced in the end. Watch how islam is making its present felt and pushing the envelope all the time.
Its evendent that he is doing what we call bid'ah this is innovation of scripture. Meaning he's forming his own opinion and ideas about the said scripture. And his understanding is inaccurate .
In Islam, Bid‘ah (Arabic: بدعة) refers to any innovations in religious matters. Linguistically the term means "innovation, novelty, heretical doctrine, heresy". In contrast to the English term "innovation", the word bid'ah in Arabic generally carries a negative connotation. One tradition holds that the Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, told a companion to "avoid novelties, for every novelty is an innovation, and every innovation is an error”. Another more dire hadith holds, “Every bid’ah is a going astray and every going astray is in Hell-fire”.
In classical Arabic literature (adab), it has been used as a form of praise for outstanding compositions of prose and poetry.