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Message to all Non Muslims and skeptics of Islam

Today, 2nd November 2011, our most valuable contributer Bjorn Shopia/Enfiddle’s (goes by both names) Facebook account got hacked by a Pakistani man identifying himself on facebook as “TeChniQue HaXoR”, according to his profile picture he belongs to a Muslim organisation called “Pak Falcons” They have also hacked various Facebook groups that are critical of Islam and Muhammed. Some … Continue reading

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I’m growing sick of it – Unsupported Statements Asserted as Factual

There are a few formatting issues which I’ve been trying to solve. Ignore them. From a statement in the comment section of the article The Right to Remain Silent. moosa on Sat, 17th Sep 2011 7:02 PM Yameen, You seem to enjoying the joke!! Where is religious freedom? France (where hijab is banned)?? USA (where … Continue reading

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Women under Sharia Law

Books have been published alleging the equality of women in Islam. Now there may be many so-called “Islams”, but when you compare what is foisted on the pubic with the Islam of Mohammed in the Qur’an and hadiths, the contrast is great. Sharia, or Islamic Law, has been seriously proposed as the answer to the … Continue reading

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7 questions to ask a moderate Muslim

1. “Apostates”: Do you support killing them? Should leaving the faith of Islam be punishable by death? 2. “Beating Women”: Is beating women ever acceptable, and if not, do you reject those decrees of Islamic law that sanction the beating of women? Do you also accept stoning women to death for committing adultery? 3. “Calling … Continue reading

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Islam Violates our human rights

Violation of Article 23 (1) and 26 (1) of the UDHR Article 23 (1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment. Article 26 (1) states: Everyone has the right to education. … Continue reading

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