Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Religious authorities to ensure conversions remain farked up

I have only 2 questions today.

1. Should the freedom of religion (the right of an individual to convert to Islam without informing everyone else) be at the expense of the rights of everyone else?

It's all great to say that the individual's right to conversion is paramount, but it still doesn't resolve the issues that the convert's non-Muslim family will experience if the conversion is poorly executed.

2. How come the freedom of religion is one way only?

How come when it's conversion INTO Islam, the freedom of the individual to practise the religion of his/her choice (ie. convert) is paramount.

But then it comes to conversion OUT OF Islam, it's apostasy and no way Jose?

Double standards? Or is your god is better than my god?

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