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Sunday, August 27, 2006

'Islam is History', Says Stooge Taslima Nasreen (Wow)

"The EASIEST Way for a Muslim to get INTO the GOOD BOOKS of the Non Muslim world is to Attack Islam. Then you will be regarded as a Progressive, Modern & Intellectual Being & will be used against the Muslims . Little do these Types of Muslims & the Non Muslims realize that this ploy of theirs will have NO IMPACT on Islam. Instead there will be a SIGNIFICANT impact in the Relationship between the Muslim World & the Non Muslim World. As far as we are Concerned, these Types of Muslims ARE STOOGES of the Non Muslim World Doing their DIRTY Work"
' Islam is History', says Taslima
Posted Tuesday , August 22, 2006 at 18:23
Thiruvananthapuram: ' Islam is history because we live in the 21st century now', opined controversial exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen on Tuesday.
"The Islam religion and their scriptures are out of place and out of time. It still follows 7th century laws and is hopeless. The need of the hour is not reformation but revolution," Taslima told reporters.
The feminist author of Bengali book Lajja is in Kerala in connection with the release of the Malayalam translation of four of her books, which would be released at Thrissur on August 24. Nasreen said a secular state should have a uniform civil code and should be based on equality, existence and not on religion.
"The state can do a lot of things, and both the state and religion should be separate. The state should not encourage religion. Today religious education and madrassas (religious seminaries) are going up. Jehad is stupidity," said the writer.
She said she had been fighting religious fundamentalism for long.
"I don't go to the streets, instead I write and that is my way of protest. I was born in a Muslim family and Muslim women suffer under Islam. No one told me to fight against oppression. It was inside me. Women are treated as slaves, sexual objects and childbearing machines," added Nasreen.
According to Nasreen, noted Kerala writer Kamala Surayya, who was Kamala Das before she converted to Islam, had now realised that she had made a mistake in converting to Islam. She had held a meeting with Surayya earlier. "When I asked her if she regrets becoming a Muslim, she said 'yes' . She has realised that Islam does not give equality," said the writer.
She said she would love to return to her country, and if not allowed to then she would like to live in Kolkata because a writer likes to live in surroundings familiar to them.
"For to us will be their return; then it will be for us to call them to account." (Holy Quran 88:25-26)

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