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15th Nov '14 10:57:07 AM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations
* UnfortunateImplications: ** Islam as worshiped in the 20th and 21st centuries is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil. ** Fundamentalist Protestantism comes in for a lighter case of this when it's said that Barbara is the first and only Protestant member of Special circumstances due to fundamentalists difficulty working with other religions
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* UnfortunateImplications: ** Islam as worshiped in the 20th and 21st centuries is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil. ** Fundamentalist Protestantism comes in for a lighter case of this when it's said that Barbara is the first and only Protestant member of Special circumstances due to fundamentalists difficulty working with other religions
27th Jul '12 2:29:29 AM Nohbody
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** Islam is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil.
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** Islam as worshiped in the 20th and 21st centuries is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil.
27th Jul '12 2:28:32 AM Nohbody
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* UnfortunateImplications: Islam is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil.
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* UnfortunateImplications: UnfortunateImplications: ** Islam is specifically stated not to be on the side of the light. Mitigated by the statement that Allah is said to be a legitimate aspect of the One God and that Islam is said to be going through a dark period, as other religions including Christianity, have in the past rather than being inherently evil.
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