Hamed Abdel Samad is an Egyptian-German writer and an apostate from Islam.
He lives under a death Fatwa for his acerbic writings about his former religion.
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Qur'an and Sunnah TOGETHER define Islamic jurisprudence.
This word: Unbelievers - is beginning to bother me. It is a negative against other faiths. I believe we should begin referring to Muslims as the "unbelievers". They are the ones who retain unbelief.
I am a Believer, not an unbeliever. Let the negativity fall on them. The very use of the term comes from the Arabic word kafr - which also means concealment.
They - continue to conceal the ideological tenets of their faith. Not me. Nope. Jesus Christ, Lamb of God. No concealment on my part, because there remains nothing to conceal.
tools better known as taqiyya, tawriya, kitman and muruna
And to assist with the Islamic doctrinal tools of deception, there is the concept of abrogation, also known as dualism.
"Our first clue about the dualism is in the Koran, which is actually two books, the Koran of Mecca (early) and the Koran of Medina (later). The insight into the logic of the Koran comes from the large numbers of contradictions in it. On the surface, Islam resolves these contradictions by resorting to “abrogation”. This means that the verse written later supersedes the earlier verse. But in fact, since the Koran is considered by Muslims to be the perfect word of Allah, both verses are sacred and true. The later verse is “better,” but the earlier verse cannot be wrong since Allah is perfect. This is the foundation of dualism. Both verses are “right.” Both sides of the contradiction are true in dualistic logic.
The circumstances govern which verse is used." Dr. Bill Warner, CSPI, Frontpagemag.com