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Ireland Is The "Most Islamic Country" In The World
 
# 1 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 13:47
 
 
This article should be a real eye-opener for a lot of people. It turns out that very few countries that claim to be Islamic actually reflect in their laws and attitudes the true tenets of Islam - which tend to emphasise tolerance, economic equality and ethical business practises as opposed to whipping rape victims to death and massacring infidels.

And, the most Islamic country in the world is.....Ireland.

Allah u akbar! Nó tá Dia mór.....más mian leat é mar sin.

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/religion-and-belief etc ...
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# 2 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 14:28
 
 
PRAISE ALLAH!
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# 3 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 14:30
 
 
It doesn't surprise me.
Nothing would surprise me...
William!!

(7 points for correctly identifying the ad)
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# 4 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 18:41
 
 
I read that article last night on the Irish Times website and was left wondering, what, why, how.

There were some mistakes that have since been corrected. Even so it is still confusing and confused.

Kingdoms would have been the order of the day when the koran came about. I think the koran would have been more concerned with the acts and responsibilities of the individual than kingdoms or states.

How can modern interpretations be applied to what the koran and related texts says, is stoning allowed in Ireland anyway.
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# 5 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 19:21
 
 
It's a very short article, doesn't explain much.
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# 6 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 19:28
 
 
Someone said :
I read that article last night on the Irish Times website and was left wondering, what, why, how.

There were some mistakes that have since been corrected. Even so it is still confusing and confused.

Kingdoms would have been the order of the day when the koran came about. I think the koran would have been more concerned with the acts and responsibilities of the individual than kingdoms or states.

How can modern interpretations be applied to what the koran and related texts says, is stoning allowed in Ireland anyway.

Is stoning in the Khoran?
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# 7 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 19:40
 
 
More people are stoned in Dublin than in Arabia.
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# 8 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 20:46
 
 
Someone said :

Is stoning in the Khoran?

it is and it isn't.
It is how you interpret it.

It is in the Hadith, the sayings of the prophet.
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# 9 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 22:25
 
 
I wonder if the start of ramadan on the 28th June will have an adverse effect on the Pride parade?
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# 10 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 22:28
 
 
Could it be the reason for no booze?
Another Trojan Horse?
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# 11 : Tuesday 10-6-2014 @ 22:31
 
 
Someone said :
Could it be the reason for no booze?
Another Trojan Horse?

Inshallah,brother Kev's synopsis is indeed inspired by the prophet himself.
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# 12 : Thursday 12-6-2014 @ 15:14
 
 
Someone said :

it is and it isn't.
It is how you interpret it.

It is in the Hadith, the sayings of the prophet.

So not in the Khoran. It does not depend!
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# 13 : Thursday 12-6-2014 @ 15:22
 
 
tell that to the fundementalists im sure the would love pride pass the stones ali
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# 14 : Thursday 12-6-2014 @ 22:28
 
 
Someone said :

So not in the Khoran. It does not depend!

"According to Umar, the companion of Muhammad and Islam's second caliph, "[Allah] sent down the Book (Quran) upon him (Muhamad), and the verse of stoning was included in what was sent down to him." Umar went on to insist that "Stoning is a duty laid down in Allah's Book for married men and women who commit adultery when proof is established, or it there is pregnancy, or a confession." (Muslim 17:4194)

In other words, there was a verse in the original Quran narration that prescribed stoning adulterers, but it was left out of the compiling process in the years following Muhammad's death."
from the website http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Quran/001-adultery_punishment.h etc ...

So yes stoning is in the Koran.
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# 15 : Friday 13-6-2014 @ 11:36
 
 
great watch out at pride
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