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Monday, 23 March 2009

Sufi, Tasawwuf and the Ghamidi School

A thought provoking op-ed by Muhammad Amir Khakwani


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

If being loved and love is the criteria of the right and wrong, then I must convert to Buddhism, because they don't preach any violence.

I am sorry to say to the author, but the truth is measure purely on rational.

Raazi said...

@Anon: if in your view Buddhism is the best religion in terms of loving and being loved then you must rather convert to Buddhism. That would be more rational.

You said "truth is measured purely based on rational". What truth and what rational are you talking about? The truth and the puritanical Islam offered by Wahhabis?

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