Generalisation makes sense
Submitted by antimuslim, Aug 19, 2015 08:07
Why? Because a person declaring him/herself a Muslim must abide laws written in Qur'an. This includes:
1. Ignore older writings of prophet Muhammad if new contradicting ones exist -- and last pages in Qur'an are ordering more radical and violent approach.
2. Islam is not a religion. It is a collection of religious, political, financial and household rules which must be followed by any Muslim. This includes the ultimate goal -- converting every person to Islam. At any cost.
3. Spread Islam through deception. Deception is allowed if spreading of Islam is involved. Saying "Islam is religion of peace" is true for the first chapters of Qur'an so it's not even lying and that's why we hear all the good things about Islam or a deceptive texts like "I'm not even religious".
If you can say "I'm not a Muslim" or "I'm murtadd/kafir" -- then we can talk honestly.
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