If a "translation" isn't a really a true Koran, then would the destruction or banning of such, "Al-muhartik" or heretic texts still inspire outrage and violence?A: Yes, yes it would.
Russia's senior Islamic clerics warned the country's leaders on Friday unrest could erupt in Muslim communities in Russia and beyond if a court decision ordering the destruction of a interpretive translation of Koran is not overturned.Go figure.
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May the Mystical elephant step on your toes, May pixie dust sprinkle your bones!
And May the Magical Unicorn shat skittles on your soul.
"Have a truly blessed and enchanted day!" :^D
Posted by: obsidian at September 25, 2013 10:19 AM
Storm: Constitution has freedom of religion built in to it. There is nowhere in the Constitution that requires it. Religion causes social problems. Religious people seem to not understand that a moral does not need to come from a bible, tora, koran. You really need an ancient psudo-document to make sure you're you don't behave like a psychopath at maximum or a typical douche at minimum? If you do...you have issues.
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