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Islam's attack on Democracy

March 31 2009 at 7:03 AM
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Epicurus  (Login panos01)

 
http://www.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUSTRE52P60220090326


Congratulations to the enemies of freedom, democracy and human rights. The friends of bigotry, hatred and oppression.

A Machiavellian law has been passed by several Islamic nations which effectively allows them to punish blasphemy. A law which will allow Islamofascists in places like Pakistan to punish or even murder; apostates, heretics, journalists or authors who question historical facts in the Quran, women rights activists, homosexuals or protesters for exercising the most important right we have - the right to free expression.

Islam's assault on religious freedom and freedom of expression goes too far and attacks us in our deepest place. I hope Democracies in the West do not tolerate this anti-freedom and anti-human rights injunction and make a stand against these enemies of reason and human decency.

I have a copy of the Quran in Arabic which I was gifted which I now have inserted a Mohammed-Danish-cartoon-bookmark to symbolically show that no belief is so sacred that it has the right to suppress my rights because its feelings may get hurt. We live in an age of diverse culture and faith and you cannot demand both the freedom from oppression and the right to enforce it, which is exactly what this law does.

Out of consolation for the millions who will be oppressed under these bizarre and anti-democratic laws, bellow are links to materials which these law would seek to criminalise and enforce punishments of barbaric and anti-democratic proportion.

Mohammed Images:
http://www.zombietime.com/mohammed_image_archive/jyllands-posten_cartoons/

Evolution is a fact, Creationism is myth:
http://www.talkorigins.org/origins/faqs.html

Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby:
http://glrl.org.au/

Atheist Sites:
www.Richarddawkins.net
www.scienceblogs.com/pharyngula

Errors in the Quran:
www.islamic-awareness.org/Quran/Contrad/External/haman.htm

Christian site explaining fallibility of Quran:
http://bibleandquran.com/quran-word-of-god9.htm


 
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April 3 2009, 5:31 AM 

You must be working in some Serbian village church. Doing nothing usefull just bitching on and on. Scum of earth.

 
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April 13 2009, 7:37 PM 

Koran More Feminist Than Bible: Scholar

(Newser) Certain passages in the Koran give women more freedoms than the Bible, a Dutch philosopher tells Radio Free Netherlands. On the site bibleandkoran.net, Marlies ter Borg compares texts on economic independence, marriage, and divorce from both books to dispel what she calls misconceptions about the Islamic faith. "In many ways, the Koran is more modern than the Bible," she says.
Ter Borg cites dowries and divorce procedures that favor women as evidence of the Koran's progressive outlook. "Many people think the Koran is anti-women," she says. "But there's nothing in the Koran to suggest this. Christians, on the other hand, often think they are more tolerant towards women. But Bible texts can be worse on that point."
Source: Radio Free Netherlands

http://www.newser.com/story/36366/koran-more-feminist-than-bible-scholar.html
http://www.radionetherlands.nl/currentaffairs/region/netherlands/080901-Quran-hit
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBfA56UKoZI&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RV46fsmx6E

 
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Epicurus
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May 5 2009, 2:46 AM 

You must be working in some Serbian village church. Doing nothing usefull just bitching on and on. Scum of earth.

The Serbian Church is disgusting, as is the Greek one. I dislike all religions as they; (1) tell lies about our origins and (2) retard our development by forcing unproven and often disproved dogma ahead of reason and evidence.

Koran More Feminist Than Bible: Scholar

Even if that is true, on the whole Islam goes further to subjugate women the Christianity. The "holy-texts" do not dictate religions, people have their own practices that run alongside and often contradict the texts. So using the texts themselves to support a religion does not matter as it does not govern and police the faith in its actions.


You will also find when it comes to human rights, secular-humanism wins hands down.
The rights of all nationalities, religions, sexual-orientations and genders are best taken care of under secular regimes. Faith based regimes quite frankly do not belong in the modern era.

 
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October 4 2010, 2:31 AM 

On May 17, 29-year old lawyer Alparslan Arslan entered Turkeys highest administrative court, announced himself as the soldier of God and shot five judges, killing one. These judges had previously decided to enforce a strict ban on the wearing of Islamic headscarves, which has increasingly become a hot political issue in a secular Turkish democracy that is now ruled by a party with Islamist roots.
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December 12 2010, 2:47 AM 

Hmmmmmmm,

What country on this planet today is true democracy?

Was true democracy ever practiced in any nation except for a very short time in city of Athens?

Would ruling class of any nation ever permit true democracy to exist?

Having said that I must add that Koran and 1400 year old laws of perhaps most primitive nation in the world at that time is not really helpful in creating a modern society, democratic or not.

 
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