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Something to make those rotting Wahaabi-Salafi brains explode...
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Something to make those rotting Wahaabi-Salafi brains explode...
The Ottoman Caliphate decriminalized homosexuality in the year 1858. Not many people know of this, and I become a aware of this recently. A nice fact to frustrate al-Saud's henchmen, who love to sing the praises of the Caliphates. What excuses will they come up with I wonder?

Read more:
http://faith-matters.org/images/stories/...al-web.pdf

Additionally, I quote this from the article:

Quote:The Ottoman Penal Code of 1858 was based on the Napoleonic code of 1810, putting aside Islamic punishments. It established a French-type system of courts, with tribunals of first instance, courts of appeals and a high court of
appeals. These were the first distinct hierarchy of a secular court system of the country...This secular criminal code and court system remained in operation till 1923 (the end of the Ottomans).

From the Guardian newspaper: The Ottoman empire's secular history undermines sharia claims. Because Sharia doesn't really work? That's the logical conclusion.


The 20th of August has been declared "World Dawah Mission Day". So you can expect people out on the prowl looking to pounce on the upreared general public. These people hate facts and have declared a war on reality, so I don't expect them to accept homosexuals any time soon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4F1nCmx3Ro

By the way, I'm pretty sure the Australian voice at the one minute mark is this guy:


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RE: Something to make those rotting Wahaabi-Salafi brains explode...
(May 14, 2016 at 5:30 am)MrNoMorePropaganda Wrote: The Ottoman Caliphate decriminalized homosexuality in the year 1858. Not many people know of this, and I become a aware of this recently. A nice fact to frustrate al-Saud's henchmen, who love to sing the praises of the Caliphates.

The Ottoman empire, while oppressive in many ways, never enforced social or religious issues. As long as you paid your dues, you were welcome. Everyone having just a bit of historical knowledge, would barf over what the Saudis or ISIL call a caliphate. It's urinating on the caliphates of old. Tolerant and curious communities that did more to preserve and further knowledge than any christian culture before the Rennaissance.
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RE: Something to make those rotting Wahaabi-Salafi brains explode...
Along those lines:

From The Lost History of Christianity by J. P. Jenkins


Quote:Timothy’s church also had critical interactions with Islam, inevitably because for the past century and a half most Eastern Christians had lived under Muslim political power. Christians largely flourished under that authority, although subject to legal disadvantages. Timothy lived in a universe that was culturally and spiritually Christian but politically Muslim, and he coped quite comfortably with that situation. As faithful subjects, the patriarch and his clergy prayed for the caliph and his family. The catholicos was a key figure at the court of the Muslim caliph, and when the city of Seleucia itself went the way of ancient Babylon, fading into ruin in its turn, the caliphate moved its capital to Baghdad; and Timothy naturally followed. Most of his patriarchate coincided with the legendary caliphate of Harun al-Rashid, the era of the Arabian Nights.

(Timothy's church being the Nestorians.)

Harun al-Rashid was a contemporary of Charlesmagne.  While Charles was chopping off the heads of recalcitrant Saxons at Verden the Abbasid caliphate was tending to be a bit more civilized.
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