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  1. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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  2. Can the non-muslim expect justice from a system that mandates blood for honour?

    And if this honour or reverence for Islam is not forthcoming at the very least in the form of silence, in respect of all criticism of Islam, he is guilty of blasphemy and discriminated against as such under Sharia.

    And before he gets out of bed and puts his foot out of the door he is guilty of the worst possible crimes against Islam. He is the worst possible criminal and the lowest form of life.

    I don’t think so.

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      • The blasphemy law makes no sense in a society with mixed religions. It was originally enacted in a pure Israelite theocracy where only one religion was allowed. It wasn’t meant to punish the non-believers outside the theocracy but to keep the Israelites internally pure in their religion as a separate community.

        Blasphemy law is an anachronism in a multi-faith society.

        But hey violence works so any law which justifies it will be welcomed by Muslims so it seems. To those believers on the inside Sharia is holy force, to those unbelievers on the outside a form of terror. Not so?

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      • Christians have always supported and enforced blasphemy laws (think Luther, Calvin, Aquinas etc etc). It’s only because Christianity has been recently secularised and has become enfeebled and weak that you think that way.

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    • Erasmus: Can the non-muslim expect justice from a system that mandates blood for honour?

      Yes, but not you. You deserve a kick in the a$$ everyday for being a troll.

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  3. Christianity started without any state powers behind it coercing with the terror of blasphemy and apostasy laws.

    Islam is feeble and weak without them. It has no faith in itself. A sure sign of a false religion when it has to get in bed with the state.

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    • Christianity had it’s own flavor hanging, burning and murdering people who didnt accept the trinitarian doctrine. May Allah give those martyrs the highest jenna

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    • Erasmus: Christianity started without any state powers behind it

      So did Islam. Remember the first 13 years in Mecca?

      Erasmus: A sure sign of a false religion when it has to get in bed with the state.

      So evangelical Christianity is false?

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      • 13 years non-violence, more or less.

        Then a different Islam in Medina.

        Caravan raiding and kidnapping.

        Then the mould was set.

        Peace didn’t work.

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      • Erasmus: 13 years non-violence, more or less. Then a different Islam in Medina. Caravan raiding and kidnapping.

        Who has kidnapped?

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  4. What was the whole purpose of the raid if not to rob for gain?

    To take material spoil or captives who would then be kept or sold as slaves or ransomed.

    That is kidnapping in my book. Or you would call it human trafficking in modern parlance.

    This became Islam’s playbook after Mohammed moved to Medina.

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