Friday, May 3, 2013

Meet the Irrational Islamomaniacs from Pakistan

A very enlightening write-up... Even for Muslims.

The Muslim Times | AlislamSubscribe

Meet the Irrational Islamomaniacs from Pakistan

"Those who believe, then disbelieve, then again believe, then disbelieve, and then increase in disbelief, Allah will never forgive them nor will He guide them to the way." (Al Quran 4:138) 

Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD
The PEW Forum on Religion & Public Life has issued a very detailed poll  of the Muslim countries

Chapter 1: Beliefs About Sharia
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Pakistan's record in Islamomania and fundamentalism is the worst among the Muslim countries as regards the stoning of those guilty of adultery and second only to a few countries on the issue of killing the apostates.
I believe, Pakistan is in this sorry state, for refusing to learn from the Muhammadan Messiah, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, who was sent by God to reform the sorry state of Islam, according to the predictions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, may peace be on him.
Let me quote from Pew Forum on the two issues of adultery and apostasy and then towards the end, I will link reading materials and a video from the perspective of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, to show the true teachings of Islam on these subjects.

Penalty for Adultery

In 10 of 20 countries where there are adequate samples for analysis, at least half of Muslims who favor making sharia the law of the land also favor stoning unfaithful spouses.
Some of the highest support for stoning is found in South Asia and the Middle East-North Africa region. In Pakistan (89%) and Afghanistan (85%), more than eight-in-ten Muslims who want Islamic law as their country's official law say adulterers should be stoned, while nearly as many say the same in the Palestinian territories (84%) and Egypt (81%). A majority also support stoning as a penalty for the unfaithful in Jordan (67%), Iraq (58%). However, support is significantly lower in Lebanon (46%) and Tunisia (44%), where less than half of those who support sharia as the official law of the land believe that adulterers should be stoned.
In Southeast Asia, six-in-ten Muslims in Malaysia consider stoning an appropriate penalty for adultery. About half hold this view in Thailand (51%) and Indonesia (48%).
Muslims in Central Asia as well as Southern and Eastern Europe are generally less likely to support stoning adulterers. Among those who favor Islamic law as the official law of the land, only in Tajikistan do about half (51%) support this form of punishment. Elsewhere in the two regions, fewer than four-in-ten favor this type of punishment, including roughly a quarter or fewer across the countries surveyed in Southern and Eastern Europe.

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