Eating, drinking and smoking at all public places in Islamic countries during fasting hours in the so-called ‘holy month of Ramadan’ are prohibited to ensure the sanctity of fast of pious Muslims, who observe the ritual.

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“Believe nothing, no matter where you read it or who has said it, not even if I have said it! Unless, it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense” - BUDDHA

For becoming a Muslim is relatively so easy! One only needs to recite the Shahada as signing a contract with the Great Allah above to enter the folds of Islam, and thereupon just adhere to the Five Pillars of Islam. Isn’t it too easy?

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The Koran is idiotic and infantile, yet an excellent but vain example of mankind's yearning to approach practical holiness and to delusional imaginations – that is, fantasy for the positional attainment of personal sanctification and redemption.

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“The word ‘Allah’ predates Islam. Each Pagan Arab tribe had its own idol-gods and goddesses, but a number of tribes also acknowledged the existence of an “unknown god” they called al-ilah, which literally means (the god). He was considered to be the invisible, supreme deity; however, they did not have a unified concept of who he was. In due time, Allah became “…a universalization of that tribal god, who was often referred to as al-ilah (the god). When the tribe encountered another tribe, who had a god whom they also referred to as al-ilah, they both thought that they were referring to the same being, and so a universal idea of Allah grew among the Pagan Bedouin Arabs.”Nazir Ali

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“Denialistanis”, it seems, view the World through a special lenses, one that shows everything as a struggle between a feeble Muslim ‘David’ and a towering Kafir ‘Goliath’… For, the eventual victory of that Muslim David is foreseen as to be the proof of being on God’s side... - Anonymous

In an article, entitled How are Muslims supposed to treat people of other faiths?, Shaheed International says: “Tolerance is the attitude that should govern the dealings of all peoples with one another. Religious tolerance is an essential principle of Islam and Muslims are ordered to have good relations with peoples of all religions and be kind and courteous to everyone. Muslims are ordered by the Qur’an to uphold their promises and agreements with non-Muslims and not betray or transgress against them…

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