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It is Salafi Muslims who degraded women, not Islam!



By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, New Age Islam

24 June 2012

Thakur Prahlad Singh cautioned his daughter Madhurani, ‘see the decision you have taken is extremely wrong. You go back with your decision and no one would say anything to you. You will get back Daddy, Mummy, and brothers and sisters’ love. But Madhurani did not pay heed to father’s anger and admonishment. Finally Thakur Prahlad Singh told Madhu ‘looking at your determination, it seems that you would rest only after accepting Islam, see! If you want to change your religion, you may become a Christian or accept Buddhism or you can become an ascetic, if you like, but don’t convert to Islam. I know very well about Islam and Muslims. Women have no position in this religion. She is thought to be a housemaid. You will repent after accepting Islam. If you insist on accepting Islam I will kill you.’

This is the prevailing perception of many people who are largely ignorant about women’s rights enshrined in Islam. But, have we ever stopped to really think what makes a common man say that women are degraded in Islam?  It doesn’t seem to matter that Islam has elevated women by stating that ‘Heaven lies beneath mother’s feet’. Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) has indeed raised their position to the height of the sky?

Why this discrepancy in the reality and the common perception? Apparently we Muslims need to give up blaming others and start introspecting ourselves, taking into account Muslim’s practices witnessed by the world that determine their perception.

Being the birthplace of Islamic Shariah, Saudi Arabia is viewed as the epitome of Islamic practices. Indeed, it advertises itself as the last refuge of puritan Islam, whatever that may mean. Talking about women in Islam, people naturally fix their eyes on what is going on in Saudi Arabia with regard to Saudi and other women living there. To their horror, they find women in Saudi Arabia completely deprived of the dignity and honour ensured by the Prophet of Islam.    

In Saudi/Salafi society, women are treated like commodities and disposable containers. Different kinds of legal opportunities have been provided for Salafi men to exploit women in the name of Islam throughout the world. Wahhabi /Salafi scholars have issued many fatwas to allow several kinds of deceptive and fake marriages to use women as sex slaves for as long as they wish. Here are a few types of fake marriages practiced and favoured by Saudi Salafis:

(a) Misyaar - It is a temporary relationship between men and women for sexual pleasure. In this relationship the woman relinquishes all her rights that are available to her in an Islamic marriage. It is claimed that 60 Salafi scholars, including Saudi Grand Mufti Shaikh Abdulaziz al-Shaikh endorsed Misyar relationship between men and women in their fatwas.

The terms and conditions of Misyar and Shia practice of Mutah (sexual pleasure) are same except that in Misyar, it is claimed that the partners do not fix a time to end their sexual relationship and are free to leave each other anytime they wish. In Mutah, they fix a specific time, like one week, one month etc., and at the end of that period both man and woman are considered as legally separated. In Mutah and Misyaar, man and woman need not live together under the same roof. They can meet whenever the man demands and spend a few hours together in privacy for sex and go to their homes quietly.

Misyar is a " Koensdeler relationship ". Koensdeler is a Danish name given to a girl/woman who is neither your wife, nor girl friend. There is no social binding or loyalty in the relationship. She is just a sexual mate and not a prostitute who entertains with sex with anybody for money. Whenever you want, call each other, meet, have sex, and both of you are on your way. If you are fed up with the lady (Koensdeler), just call her and tell her that you don't want to continue having sex with her. That is the end of your relationship.

(b) Urfa - In this relationship, arrangements are made as a customary marriage but there are no official contracts signed and this relationship also does not give women any rights whatsoever. She is kept as alone as the man wishes to use her for sex.

(c) Misyaf ( Summer holiday marriage) - It is a tourism marriage practiced by Saudis and other Salafis in the world who go on summer vacation to countries like Yemen, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other countries. In these countries they take advantage of poor Muslim families by fake marriages with young, rather very young girls between the ages of 9 to 16 years in collusion with local middlemen and agents who are paid for these notorious services.

There are two types of fake marriages in Misyaf.

(I) The woman is made aware that the fake marriage is being perpetrated for a short time for the Saudi to have sex with her. In this case, she bargains and gets paid an agreed amount in advance.

(II) The woman and her parents are not made aware of the intentions of Saudis. Poor parents and the young girl consider that it is a regular Islamic marriage and that after marriage she will go to Saudi Arabia with her husband. These fake marriages are carried out with the knowledge and collusion of middlemen and agents. In these deceptive marriages, Salafis from Saudi Arabia and other rich Gulf countries spend 15 days to one month with these poor hapless young girls in hotels. At the end of their vacation, Saudis disappear in thin air leaving behind the devastated young girl and her parents. There are thousands of young Muslim girls who have become victim to this Saudi practice. These girls later get involved in prostitution in their countries.

(d) Friend Marriage - This is a special marriage where the bride does not go out of her house. The male goes to her house in the night or meets with her in a hotel and has sex with her, after which she goes back to her home. In this relationship the woman does not have any legal maintenance from the man. In most of the cases the woman demands a certain amount and gets it in advance.

(e) Misfar - (Foreign study and Business Trip marriage) Misfar refers to a deceptive marriage contracted by a Salafi for sexual gratification so that a woman may cohabitate with him for the period of time he is visiting a foreign country. These women are formally divorced after a short period that ranges from a week to a month. It is natural that most of these women who fall victim to this kind of fake marriage come from deprived backgrounds, and for most of them, they have very little say in the matter.

Misfar is a deceptive marriage undertaken by Saudis/Salafis who go to study in foreign countries. In Misfar, Salafis marry local women but never disclose their true intentions. Once their studies are over or their businesses are accomplished, they dump their wives and children born out of these fake marriages and go back to their countries without a trace. They use these women physically, emotionally and many a time financially since they save them from the trouble of finding accommodation or facing the financial burdens on their own. Many fatwas by Saudi Scholars in this context are available on their official websites like that of the former Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia  Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah Bin Baaz.

In all the above deceptive marriages, the arrangements are made discreetly where women will have no evidence to pursue the fraudulent Saudi men legally. There is a massive network of Arabic dating websites that use revolutionary ways of interaction between total strangers where unsuspecting women are easily tricked into Saudi prostitution net in the guise of fake marriages approved by Saudi “scholars of puritan Islam.”

Most alarming in this context is the latest Fatwa by Shaikh Adil Al-Kalbani, the Imam of the Grand Mosque of Makka issued on July 16, 2010 (as reported on al-arabiya.net). Shaikh Kalbani, proclaimed this fatwa after receiving an email from an overseas Saudi male student studying in the ‘West’. The Saudi student, who is married and living with his wife, claims that he is worried about controlling his desires when he sees ‘Western’ females wearing seductive semi-naked clothes that arouse him,.

He goes on to ask the Shaikh if it is permissible  to marry one of those women in a ‘Misfar’ marriage, which means marriage based on travel, because he claims that he can’t fight temptations and also accuses his wife of being frigid.

The old Shaikh Kalbani posted on his own website his fatwa that permits Saudis marrying Western women with the intention of divorcing them when they are finished with them without the pre-knowledge of the women of their deceitful plan.

Meaning, the Imam has given green light to Saudi overseas students and travelling businessmen to use women as disposable containers to relieve themselves sexually.

One of the most prominent Salafi scholars of recent times, Shaikh Abdulaziz Ibn Baaz (1910-1999) who was Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, also gave a similar Fatwa (Majmua Fatawa wa Maqalat Mutanawwi'ah - 16 Volumes).

In 1990 someone asked Shaikh Ibn Baaz the following question.

Question: I heard one of your fatawas on audio-cassette in which you permitted marriages in foreign countries where the man marries with the intent of divorcing his wife after the termination of his employment or student visa. What, then, is the difference between this type of marriage and an invalid temporary marriage? What should he do if his wife bears him a daughter? Should he abandon her in a foreign country with her divorced mother? I am in need of clarification.

Fatwa: The Shaikh replied : "Yes, the Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and the Issuing of Fatawa (in Saudi Arabia) over which I preside, has issued a fatwa permitting a marriage with the intent of divorce as long as this intention remains concealed between the groom and his Lord. If he married in a foreign country with the undisclosed intent of divorcing his wife upon the completion of his studies or employment, he is not liable according to the majority of scholars.

This is the real face of Salfism which openly allows indiscriminate physical, spiritual, mental, emotional and financial rape of women by so many deceptive marriages devised by them to exploit poor needy women all over the world. It has nothing to do with true Islam.

The statistics at Saudi Aabia, UAE and other Salafi dominated societies show that women are openly hooked dozens of times for short periods, sometimes even for an hour. In Yemen, Far East, Europe and other sex tourism countries, these deceptive marriages are flourishing business through middlemen where Salafis from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries visit during summer months and spend their time with plenty of women.

What about women who get pregnant in all the above criminal marriages? Either pregnancies are terminated or in case the woman decides to give birth to the child, she is responsible for his/her upbringing because she will never meet the person again in her life who is the biological father of her child. She is not allowed to disclose father's name to her child or to anyone in society. It is a known fact that thousands of children of Arab descent and Salafi features, born to prostitutes, and poor women who were victims of deceptive marriages in sex tourism destinations like Thailand, Yemen and other countries, loiter on the streets, mostly begging, perhaps even from their own fathers during their summer vacations. These children are looked down upon by locals with hatred.

 This is the real face of Salafism/Wahhabism which openly allows indiscriminate physical, spiritual, mental, emotional and financial rape of women by so many deceptive marriages devised by them to exploit poor needy women all over the world. It has nothing to do with true Islam. And yet the Western media insists on calling it a puritan form of Islam.

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TOTAL COMMENTS:-   37


  • please stop spreading half baked information...salafist nevva oppressed women...its ppl with lack of Islamic knowledge did...ppl of these kind are found everywhere n in every sect cult..be it in muslims, chritsians, hindus or sufis 
    By syed - 10/5/2015 3:31:16 AM



  • Misyar marriage must be considered illegal, Un-Islamic, because it runs counter to the objectives and the spirit of marriage in Islam, as described in this verse from the Quran :

    "And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts)…"


    By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi - 7/24/2015 1:34:51 AM



  • Dear Tahseen sb,

    First of all, let me clarify that I have no personal or sectarian acrimony against the Salafis per se. I wish they could emulate and follow the “Salaf Salihin” (the righteous predecessors) and thus come true to their names. I also wish that the un-Islamic marriages I have pointed out in my article might not have the religious legality in the view of the Indian Salafis.

    However, it seems I am wrong in my good wishes. Because you admit that: “These marriages are happens (grammatically, it should be: these marriages happen) rarely and in these marriages women have the upper hand. Old age woman, rich and wealthy women are engage (engaged) in this type of marriages.”

     You also say that: “Women are voluntarily and willfully get in this marriage contract.”

    I wonder how an Indian Muslim being educated in a progressive and mainstream central university could adjust himself with the harsh reality that the despicable and HORRIBLE un-Islamic marriage (Misyar) is still in practice, even though by a tiny group of Saudi Salafis. I expected from you a clear, categorical and unambiguous condemnation of all such marriages. Nevertheless, my dear brother, you seem to tacitly support the religious legality of these marriages, justified by the grand Saudi Mufits for the sensual pleasures the Arab sheikhs.

     I am not sure whether “women engage in this type of marriages voluntarily and willfully”, but one thing is for sure. We cannot let women, the better half of the Ummah, risk their rights and decent life. In this day and age, one could say: “women engage in marriages with the ISIS jihadists and become Jihadi brides voluntarily and willfully”. Should we then let it go? In the case of Sati Partha too, women engaged “voluntarily and willfully”, should the progressive Hindus then allowed it?

    As democratic, civilized and progressive human beings, we cannot tolerate any travesty of women rights even by a minority, even by a microscopic minority of Saudis or Salafis.

     The Hindus would have still been celebrating sati matas if they had called it a voluntary practice of a group of Hindu community. Sati practice may still be popular, though no longer allowed or “socially accepted” in India. Much in the same way, Misyar, Misfar, Mut’ah or any other Un-Islamic marriage may be “socially unaccepted”, as you say, but they will not be uprooted, unless the majority of Salafis like you come out and strongly condemn it, instead of tacitly supporting it. Please have the heart of calling a spade a spade! Please introspect and reflect!

    Also, please ponder over the literal meaning of “Misyar”. Etymologically, it comes from “Sayr” meaning: travel. Thus, “Misyar” means: " a traveler’s marriage". Needless to say, how dangerous and harmful to women " a traveller's marriage" could be!

    Go to Hyderabadand see the plight of Muslim women "voluntarily and willfully" married to Saudi Salafi Sheikhs.

    At least, come with me and see in the Gurgaon and NCR how the Saudi Salafi Sheikhs are defaming Islam and Nikah with their so-called Misyar and Misfar marriages. I have a long experience of working with them as Arabic translator and interpreter.

    According to Wikipedia:

    Misyar is a type of  (marriage contract) that is ostensibly carried out with the objective of allowing a couple to engage in intercourse in a permissible (halaal) manner. The husband and wife thus joined surrender several marital rights, such as living together, equal division of nights between wives in cases of polygyny, the wife's rights to housing and maintenance money ("nafaqa"), and the husband's right to homekeeping and access.[1]

    I hope progressive, rational, intellectual Muslim students and researchers like you stand for women rights enshrined in Islam, instead of allowing them to be violated by any tiny group of Saudis/Salafis.

    I hope I may not feel pained or distressed repeatedly and write again: “" It is Salafi Muslims who degraded women, not Islam".

    I wish we could emulate and follow the “Salaf Salihin” (the righteous predecessors) and become “the true Salafi Muslims”.


    By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi - 7/24/2015 1:19:15 AM



  • Sorry, I forgot to mention that the following comment was sent to me by one of my friends to be posted on NAI in this thread:

     People who r propagating and following this type of ideology could not call human being let the word muslim aside. Islam is the religion of justice,compassion and humanity. It never gives allowance to do injustices with any human being especially women whether they belong to other cast and creed I.e non muslim,Christian or jeus.followers of given ideology not only degrading but manipulated and betrayed with the true concept and teachings of islam the religion given elevated and dignified place to women which could be seen through the whole life of span and teachings of our Prophet(pbuh).if the women will be degraded and exploited in this manner how the men who nurtured and up bring by that creature could be elevated or exalted.they are degrading and condemned themselves if they mistreated and exploited women. This ideology evidently  against existence of women and humanity creating chaos and destruction in peace and justice of human being another name of Islam. ..

    By Varsha Sharma - 7/24/2015 12:36:00 AM



  • People who r propagating and following this type of ideology could not call human being let the word muslim aside. Islam is the religion of justice,compassion and humanity. It never gives allowance to do injustices with any human being especially women whether they belong to other cast and creed I.e non muslim,Christian or jeus.followers of given ideology not only degrading but manipulated and betrayed with the true concept and teachings of islam the religion given elevated and dignified place to women which could be seen through the whole life of span and teachings of our Prophet(pbuh).if the women will be degraded and exploited in this manner how the men who nurtured and up bring by that creature could be elevated or exalted.they are degrading and condemned themselves if they mistreated and exploited women. This ideology evidently  against existence of women and humanity creating chaos and destruction in peace and justice of human being another name of Islam. ..


    By Varsha Sharma - 7/24/2015 12:18:14 AM



  • A very big applause for Mr. Ghulam Rasool Dehelvi's biased article " it is salafi Muslims who degraded women, not Islam". He needs to study more and more. After reading his article a mango Muslim comes to conclusion that the entire Arab peninsula practice these marriages. For his kind information these marriages which is mention in his article (misyar,urfa,misyaf etc) are socially  unacceptable in Saudi Arabia. These marriages are happens rarely and in these marriages women have the upper hand. Old age woman, rich and wealthy women are engage in this type of marriages. Women are voluntarily  and willfully get in this marriage contract. How can he say that women are exploit by salafist. Misyar marriage can be defined as a marriage contract between a man and a woman, in which the woman waives some of the rights she would have in a normal Islamic marriage. This sometimes takes place when, for example, there are many women who, as they get older, find it increasingly difficult to marry. In this case a woman opts for a husband who is not able to fulfil the normal marital duties like financial maintenance, or spending adequate time with her, for example. She considers that marrying such a husband is better than remaining unmarried. in Misyar marriage, all the Islamic legal requirements are met, then the marriage is valid.

    Those requirements are: an offer and acceptance from both parties; a specified dowry, according to the Qur'anic verse: "And give unto the women, (whom ye marry) free gift of their marriage portions" (An-Nisa': 4), and that the contract wins the consent of the guardian. Thereby, no one has the right to brandish it as unlawful.

    These are my views, I may be wrong but as a Islamic studies student I am writing here because he is targeting a group for a rare issue and generalising on entire population. This is not a good research ethics.


    By Tahseen - 7/23/2015 11:34:07 PM



  • A very big applause for Mr. Ghulam Rasool Dehelvi's biased article " it is salafi Muslims who degraded women, not Islam". He needs to study more and more. After reading his article a mango Muslim comes to conclusion that the entire Arab peninsula practice these marriages. For his kind information these marriages which is mention in his article (misyar,urfa,misyaf etc) are socially  unacceptable in Saudi Arabia. These marriages are happens rarely and in these marriages women have the upper hand. Old age woman, rich and wealthy women are engage in this type of marriages. Women are voluntarily  and willfully get in this marriage contract. How can he say that women are exploit by salafist. Misyar marriage can be defined as a marriage contract between a man and a woman, in which the woman waives some of the rights she would have in a normal Islamic marriage. This sometimes takes place when, for example, there are many women who, as they get older, find it increasingly difficult to marry. In this case a woman opts for a husband who is not able to fulfil the normal marital duties like financial maintenance, or spending adequate time with her, for example. She considers that marrying such a husband is better than remaining unmarried. in Misyar marriage, all the Islamic legal requirements are met, then the marriage is valid.

    Those requirements are: an offer and acceptance from both parties; a specified dowry, according to the Qur'anic verse: "And give unto the women, (whom ye marry) free gift of their marriage portions" (An-Nisa': 4), and that the contract wins the consent of the guardian. Thereby, no one has the right to brandish it as unlawful.

    These are my views, I may be wrong but as a Islamic studies student I am writing here because he is targeting a group for a rare issue and generalising on entire population. This is not a good research ethics.

     


    By Tahseen - 7/23/2015 11:33:12 PM



  • Very recently, I have gone through your article about the so called internationally spread Tableegi jamat. It is, absolutely, shocking that the very founders of the organization are defaming it and regretting their contribution in it's establishment. The readers of New Age

    By Md Hasanuzzaman - 2/28/2013 8:37:43 AM



  • Respected Manzoorul Haque sahib. I don't think I made you speechless. I think Leela is a suitable word  for the way of God acts. I read your comments in my response and in response to Mr Naseer Ahmed sahib's comments.  I will read again to reply.
    In your language I have taken panga with God. Who am I in comparison of God? Let her punish me for this panga. Powerful God can do whatever he wants.

    By mohd yunus - 7/24/2012 4:09:32 AM



  • Dear Janab..... mohd yunus sb., You have made me speechless. I can clearly read your agony.
    A reply of yours was ready whose one item I am quoting below:
    [[ I asked somewhere " Was Quran recorded in Loh-e-Mehfooz before the creation of Universe?"
    Please reply according to Quran Only , if you wish. Please don't feel forced.
    WILL REPLY LATER. ]]
    It was not easy for me to answer. After reading Mr. Naseer Ahmad’s reply I am all the more deterred. Before I attempt to humbly explain these complex questions with some credibility, I need your support. Please tell me is it any use writing on this?
    By Manzoorul Haque - 7/23/2012 2:51:18 PM



  • Respected Manzoorul Haque sahib. Prayers brings nothing. You are free to believe. Please pray for me so I can become A Muslim of the kind I see daily. I am already if actions are judged instead of faith.
    Payers may offer some hope. And hope is great thing. So who find hope in prayer let them do prayer.
    I don't think so. I am suffering in this world, I pray sincerely. Is God listening? Yes according to Quran He is nearer than our Jugular vein. But in reality does he come to help when a person is under suppression. A girl is sexually assaulted. Is not she crying for help. Is not she calling merciful God? A child is dying in the lap of a mother. Can someone be sincere in prayers than mother?  She calls God. Where is the God? When He will come to help when child will die.
    God didn't tell the conditioned of prayer. I can pray for anything even for impossible things. Is there anything impossible for God. After all prophets are given miracles.
    We are told that there are three types of response from God:
    Please don't ask me to refer Quran.  I am referring Hadith here. Hadith is a secondary Important source.
    1. God will respond as per wish of a person on the spot.
    2. It may be delayed. It may be replaced with a better thing because God knows better than human being.
    3. We will be compensated in after life for the UN-heard prayers.
    Above is the summary, please don't ask scholarship. You know already.
    For you believers it is logical and justified.
    For me If it is Leela of God, or if every thing is recoded in loh-e-mehfooz, If words of God never change, Is there any sense in prayers.
    Let us suppose my finger is amputed, will God restore it if I sincerely pray.
    A patient is dyeing from cancer, Will God restore his health on the spot.
    You may give many examples where it is claimed that their prayers were answered.
    Objective observations don't support it. When subjected to test, it fails to produce effect.
    Placebo and wishful thinking can bring some relief due to psychological reasons. Well in some cases same effect can be achieved by prayer, not because Merciful God answered the prayer, due to psychological reasons.
    Still let us pray for your health. Allah the Almighy may restore your health.
    Pardon me for referring the story of Khird and Musa. It tries to explain the mysterious ways of God. Is he successful in his attempt. Are you given a convincing answer except you believe it blindly. If it cant be explained, why this exercise. Where is the clear answer?
    I think God is determined to send some people like me to hell because he created the hell in advance. It is his duty to feed the hell as it is his duty to feed living beings.
    Enjoy Faiz sahib's sher
    Khair dojakh men mai mile na mile
    Shiekh sahib se jaan to chhootegi.
    By mohd yunus - 7/23/2012 2:18:06 AM



  • Dear mohd yunus sb
    Whosoever you are, you an interesting person (may I venture to say that I seem to guess who..).
    I am just wondering what kind of reply will make you happy. Okay let me be myself.
    How dare I accuse anyone in ..(what?) , I being what I am! You have used a very appropriate word- threat. ‘Ham aah bhi karte hain to ho jate hain badnam. But no,  bad manners. The moment I weep the whole world gets rattled under the snare of a massive blame – for do I not blame everybody in this world for such petty things as being killed by stealth bombers, suicide bombers, threats of sanctions, why even threat of atomic bombs by monopolists of the bombs and secret agencies.
    Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi is a dear young man. I just wanted him as a secular Muslim to taste one thousandth of criticism that a conservative Muslim like me is destined to face.
    Why should a secular Muslim turn away from Islam, when he can have best of both the worlds? Just please pray, yunus bhai I could also turn secular.
    By Manzoorul Haque - 7/22/2012 9:12:49 AM



  • Mohtarma KahkashanSahiba: Here comes a ignorant person( Mr Irfan Mohammad Khan) about, past, present and future. How ignorant can be a man under faith?
    He must be asked who created sects in Muslims? What is the punishment for such a heinous crime? Luckily they are Muslims themselves, no body else.

    By mohd yunus - 7/22/2012 3:09:22 AM



  • Respected Manzoorul Haquesahib. Now you are accusing Mr Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi as Muslims accuse every critic.
    Why are you threatening him? Where is your tolerance? Are feeling hurt because your superiors are under focus. As per my understanding he is tolerant person having respect for other faiths.
    He may not be a scholar as per your opinion, but he has very right to represent what he feels. See how gentle is his reply.

    Don't threat good people if not he others may turn the face from Islam.

    By mohd yunus - 7/22/2012 2:58:36 AM



  • Janab Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi sahib you commented as:
    "@ Syed Rivi, the material from the facebook is nothing short of concoction and fabrication. First, understanding the Quran is not a cake walk; many verses such as the above-mentioned cannot be understood until they are put into their proper context. People dilute their meanings putting them out of context, as shown in the facebook material."
    Does not Quran claim " it is an easy book to understand"
    Some Alim says don't read Quran or you will go astray.
    Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi says 15 Ulooms are required to understand the Quran (Please note that number 15 is not important).
    Hidayat (Guidance) is based on such difficult book. How come we are going to be judge by our faith. Faith comes first actions come second.
    Suppose I don't understand Quran as majority of Muslims, I go to a Alim to learn. What if he is misinterpreting the Quran as most Muslims argue. Every Muslim accuse other for misinterpretation of Quran. Who is following in right way.
    Had you been born in other faith, you had been arguing that faith?


    By mohd yunus - 7/22/2012 2:44:59 AM



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