Tag Archives: Dar ul Harb

blog 32: what is a goodly place after all?

“Dar ul Islam does not automatically require Muslims to be the Master Race allowing everyone to be bullied and persecuted and brutalized! Is that Justice? Orderliness? Security? Doesn’t injustice of the persecution of the majority by the minority breed danger? … Continue reading

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blog 31: my house is mine and your house is mine too!

Right!” I replied. “Clearly over there at that desk sits two angels so I must play the devil being the Devil’s Spawn! So!” Oddly, the Sufi flinched at that joke I always make when talking about myself. Then I continued. … Continue reading

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blog 30: a big heart vs no heart at all

“The trouble is” I explained “is that most fatwas carve out an exception. ‘Good Muslims should not kill women and children and old people but…. and except…. and during….. . For instance! ‘In times of war’ or else ‘in the … Continue reading

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blog 29: Doctor Qadri explains it all

Doctor Qadri is short but pleasant although he has a melancholy cast about him. He is extremely nearsighted. He wears spectacles so thick they make him look like an owl! But he seems, like all Sufi, to be very kind! … Continue reading

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blog 23: the linchpin of terror

I have decided to tackle the whole Wahhabi linchpin: the justification of terror attacks on civilians just because India has been declared Dar ul Harb ie Land at war with Islam. That single term justifies armed jihad attacks against civilians, … Continue reading

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