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Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Islam, Modernity and Reform By Dr. Ali Gomaa Grand Mufti of Egypt. Salman Masood

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And this reminds of the time someone was trying to escape fromLal Musjid in a burqa

I preside over Egypt's supreme body for Islamic legal edicts (fatwas). We have affirmed the right of women to dignity, education, employment, to hold political office, and condemned violence against them. We have upheld the right of freedom of conscience; promoted the common ground that exists between Islam, Christianity and Judaism. The murder of civilians is a crime against humanity and God; punishable in this life and the next. This is the message we proclaim in public debates to challenge extremists and in our theological training of students from across the world. Islam, Modernity and Reform By Dr. Ali Gomaa Grand Mufti of Egypt

Fazl-e-Haq, 87, dressed in a blue striped shirt and gray trousers, was a former inspector general of the Pakistan Police. Since 1980, he has been writing a column in Jang, the country’s most widely read Urdu daily. “There will be a revolution in Pakistan by the third quarter 2010,” Mr. Haq said in a somber voice. “In a country where people are dying of hunger, where women are being kidnapped and raped, where justice or flour is not available to the poor, revolution does not come by knocking at the door first,” he added. “And this will not be a peaceful revolution. It will be a bloody revolution. We have lost our honor. We have sold ourselves.” Everyone gathered in the store nodded. Salman Masood


Blogger Tao Dao Man said...

This should be shown on American MSM. It will not be shown, because they need to keep their new found [manufactured ] enemy in tact. Our media never shows the human, civil, or spiritual side of Islam.

October 07, 2009 12:43 PM  

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