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Forum Muslim Schools 
Topic An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author F P 
Date Created 07/09/2005 10:39:03 
Message Iftikhar

I first became aware of you via your postings on the www.wandsworthtown.com website.

Since then, your postings have never failed to produce a great amount of debate. Unfortunately, however, these debates don't seem to involve you. You post your view and then seem to disappear!

Come on Iftikhar, get out there and debate people. You'll find that most will want honest, open debate - not trolling, flaming or unwarranted criticism.

So come on Iftikhar, come and debate us on:

www.wandsworthtown.com
www.putneysw15.com
www.chiswickw4.com

Dialogue should be the dish of the day, not a series of monologues seemingly conjured out of nowhere. Have the courage of your convictions. Jump on in, the water's fine.  
      
Responses
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author rexin 
Date Created 12/02/2006 06:48:55 
Message Dear friend

To keep muslim girls virgin they
must be circumucised and infibulated

I am a circumcised muslim girl from
London

rexin777@yahoo.com 
 
 
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author maria 
Date Created 12/02/2006 13:54:31 
Message I wonder why people who hate the west so much chose to live in the west.You leave a muslim country of your birth where you are free to speak your language and do as you please and chose to live in a western society and then start complaining!!!!I am referring to Iftikhar in particular.If you wanted your kids to learn Urdu and study in an Islamic school why did you move to the west? 
 
 
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author The Khyberman 
Date Created 15/02/2006 02:18:59 
Message Hear Hear Maria!!!

Ifty is a waste of space and lives on benefits. 
 
 
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author
Date Created 26/02/2006 09:29:17 
Message quoting:

To keep muslim girls virgin they
must be circumucised and infibulated


or you could cut all mens penises off

 
 
 
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author rai 
Date Created 12/09/2008 11:37:19 
Message rexin, WTF are u talking about??????? if this has really happened call the police or something, circumsision in girls is very very very very very rare. ive only ever heard it happening in afriacan tribes 
 
 
Topic Hey just free the muslims to become christian 
Author hannah 
Date Created 14/10/2008 11:36:31 
Message Malaysia rejects Christian appeal

Ms Joy was disowned by her family and forced to quit her job
Malaysia's highest court has rejected a Muslim convert's six-year battle to be legally recognised as a Christian.
A three-judge panel ruled that only the country's Sharia Court could let Azlina Jailani, now known as Lina Joy, remove the word Islam from her identity card.

Malaysia's constitution guarantees freedom of worship but says all ethnic Malays are Muslim. Under Sharia law, Muslims are not allowed to convert.

Ms Joy said she should not be bound by that law as she is no longer a Muslim.

Death threats

Malaysia's Chief Justice Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim said the panel endorsed legal precedents giving Islamic Sharia courts jurisdiction over cases involving Muslims who want to convert.

About 200 protesters shouted "Allah-o-Akbar" (God is great) outside the court when the ruling was announced.

"You can't at whim and fancy convert from one religion to another," Ahmad Fairuz said.

Ms Joy's case has tested the limits of religious freedom in Malaysia.

She started attending church in 1990 and was baptised in 1998.

In 2000, Ms Joy, 42, went to the High Court after the National Registration Department refused to remove "Islam" from the religion column on her identity card. The court said it was a matter for Sharia courts. Tuesday's ruling marked the end of her final appeal.

Ms Joy has been disowned by her family and forced to quit her job. She went into hiding last year. A Muslim lawyer who supported her case received death threats.

Sharia courts decide on civil cases involving Malaysian Muslims - nearly 60% of the country's 26 million people - while ethnic minorities such as Chinese and Indians are governed by civil courts in the multi-racial country.


 
 
 
Topic Re: An open letter to Iftikhar Ahmad 
Author hannah 
Date Created 14/10/2008 11:45:33 
Message Malaysia rejects Christian appeal

Ms Joy was disowned by her family and forced to quit her job
Malaysia's highest court has rejected a Muslim convert's six-year battle to be legally recognised as a Christian.
A three-judge panel ruled that only the country's Sharia Court could let Azlina Jailani, now known as Lina Joy, remove the word Islam from her identity card.

Malaysia's constitution guarantees freedom of worship but says all ethnic Malays are Muslim. Under Sharia law, Muslims are not allowed to convert.

Ms Joy said she should not be bound by that law as she is no longer a Muslim.

Death threats

Malaysia's Chief Justice Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim said the panel endorsed legal precedents giving Islamic Sharia courts jurisdiction over cases involving Muslims who want to convert.

About 200 protesters shouted "Allah-o-Akbar" (God is great) outside the court when the ruling was announced.

"You can't at whim and fancy convert from one religion to another," Ahmad Fairuz said.

Ms Joy's case has tested the limits of religious freedom in Malaysia.

She started attending church in 1990 and was baptised in 1998.

In 2000, Ms Joy, 42, went to the High Court after the National Registration Department refused to remove "Islam" from the religion column on her identity card. The court said it was a matter for Sharia courts. Tuesday's ruling marked the end of her final appeal.

Ms Joy has been disowned by her family and forced to quit her job. She went into hiding last year. A Muslim lawyer who supported her case received death threats.

Sharia courts decide on civil cases involving Malaysian Muslims - nearly 60% of the country's 26 million people - while ethnic minorities such as Chinese and Indians are governed by civil courts in the multi-racial country.


 
 
 
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