It is Continued

It is Continued

by Ashok K. Pant


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It is Continued by Ashok K. Pant

If religion says that the interpretation of the religious books is right then unnecessarily Allaha wasted his time to create women like men. Then only three organs should have been needed to create a woman by attaching them together and making a piece of loath. Her breast, genital organ and womb. What is the use of putting legs on a woman's body when she is not permitted to take a step with her own desire. What is the use of putting eyes on her body when your society keeps a Burka on that? What is the use of a heart when her feelings and emotions are suppressed in molesting her making the wrinkles on bed sheets during intercourse? What is the use of a brain when society does not permit her to have her own reasoning? What is the use of tongue, as speaking truth is the biggest crime in Islam?
If Allaha does not reside in human beings then where does he live. Who is he and where is that supreme power Allaha. Why does he authorize a few religious people to play with his creation under their own distorted religious laws behind pseudo beliefs. Why doesn't he interfere now, in the worst condition of his creation. Why doesn't he send a new prophet, who may reinterpret Qur'an. He can't send a new prophet, as he knows that to reinterpret religion and remove the black shade of imposed, prejudiced and biased laws, is not possible now for a single prophet.

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ISBN-13: 9780595269914
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/03/2003
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
The books gives the real picture of Islam and it's blind followers. I wish this book would have been distributed free of cost to every family, who can not afford to buy it.