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Why? Well, the short answer is that their condemnation of the rulings of Sunni jurisprudence simply doesn't exist. It is all apologia and obfuscation. They agree with Spencer (because they have to) but are simply upset at him for stating these truths publicly about Islam.
An unmistakable "line in the sand" needs to be drawn by western philosophy, hearkened upon by each and every single inhabitant in the non-muslim western community.
No other logical conclusion I fear, will suffice.
Marisol pointed out this ridiculous rationalization long ago here at JW. All these absurd, yet deliberately offered peripheral reasons that lead to the same conclusion as enacted physically by Muslims worldwide....violent offensive Jihad.
This is of course, exclusive to the Muslim community alone, but why split hairs?
Another sure bet. All those involved should be simply labeled as "misunderstanders" of Islam and their own core doctrinal texts and tenets, but logically, how can all these "misunderstanders" all arive at the same "erroneous", yet consistent conclusion....violent offensive Jihad?
My God bless and keep Joanna. You are all in my prayers.
The central tenet of Islam, proclaimed loud and clear for all to hear.
I don't understand how asking a question is a sad reflection on myself.
"What do you think my answer is?"
I do not presume to know what your answer is, hence the question. In the prefacing of the question, I definately revelaed my opinion of what the answer would be for me and simply asked if you agreed or not.
Try answering the question, like I did when it was posed inversely by you to me. It really isn't that difficult, so I fail to comprehend your reluctance to do so.
"Mr. Marszalek, the wrestling coach, has learned something about Islam. The rest of American had better learn, too."
The rest is merely reporting on the details of the lawsuit. Based on that, if the allegations against Imad Fadlallah are proven to be false and slanderous, then for sure he is entitled to seek financial retribution from those who are accusing him.
This editorial writer on the otherhand, is exercising [his] right to free speech and focused [his] criticism on Islam, not Fadlallah, with the purported details of this case as support for [his] argument, so no, [he] is not subject to a defamation lawsuit.
I am still awaiting your answer, Abby.