Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Learning from Sayyid Qutb


Unless an atheist publicly ignores Shari’a, inevitably he will be forced to blaspheme privately and isolate himself spiritually. His relations with others are not fully secular because his blasphemy is confined to a circle of fellow unbelievers. He cannot publicly defy Shari’a. So to refrain from publicly mocking Korangutan malarkey is a form of slavery.


To refrain from publicly mocking
Korangutan malarkey  
is a form of slavery.


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