Is the difference between the world- parts due to religions?
Allah Almighty said in many verses of Quran:
((Who will adopt any religion other than Islam; rightly, he is one of those underdogs))
((The real religion to Allah is the Islam))
Now if we shut any door out of any religious doctrine and keep slightly watching any political practicing whether on west or east, do we find anything related to true religion? I think not because all of politicians work to their behalf
Updated Yesterday at 09:54 AM by Mohammad Ahmad
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Yeah. Been a while.
I'll try being brief but you know I find that difficult.
Been sick this week. Just a cold but it's a bad one. I haven't picked up my guitar all week but I'm anxious to get back to it so that's a good sign I guess. Normally if I take a couple of days off of something I usually don't continue with it.
So. Things to say.
Went to my uncles' at the beginning of
Religion is seldom held up as the highest and best example of rational thought, but we often ignore the irrationality of religion, especially organized religion. The starting point is the difference between objectivity and subjectivity. Legal proceedings, academic arguments, and other arguments that are public require evidence that can be observed by anyone, or could have been, if anyone had been there. Visions of angels or other supernatural characters are not admissible, unless there are photographs.
Just started "The Spy" by J.F. Cooper...
If no one ever said anything of value, then it wouldn't make any difference whether there was free speech. And if I were the only one in the world who knew any accurate information, then free speech would be pointless, because everyone except me would just make noise, rather than making real, useful speech. But it is possible that any and every person (almost) might utter something of value, so allowing free speech is a good idea. Please understand that this is my opinion; there are some people