Islam and Human Rights
The current conflict
between Islam and modern human rights illustrates the "challenge" of "modernizing Islam."
There is a fundamental
conflict between the Koran and any attempt at "modernization" Because the Koran doe not permit any change to its content -- it is believed to be the precise word of Allah, and can't be modified in
This is an
illustration of the futility and the impotence of the would-be "modernizers" interviewed in Christine Douglass-Williams' new book, "The Challenge of Modernizing Islam."
Sharia law does not change merely because some Moslems choose not to follow it. [Sharia law remains, and it will be taught and preached in every mosque.]
[Source: Ideology of
Islam, by Ahmed Nadhif, an independent writer and Journalist, firstname.lastname@example.org]