Fantasy Islam: A game in which an audience of non-Muslims wish with all their hearts that Islam was a “Religion of Peace,” and a Muslim strives to fulfill that wish by presenting a personal version of Islam that has little foundation in Islamic Doctrine.
Stephen M. Kirby
The Lure of Fantasy Islam
You can ignore the reality of Islam, but that doesn’t mean the reality of Islam will ignore you.
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The Fantasy Islam of Ingrid Mattson
“When the commands of Allah in the Koran don’t count.”
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The Fantasy Islam of Mike Mohamed Ghouse
“A moderate Muslim’s personal version of Islam – and its curious non-relationship with Islamic Doctrine.”
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The Fantasy Islam of Reza Aslan
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“ISNA Condemns Terrorism” and Other Acts of Legerdemain
I am finding more and more that one really needs to look deeper when it comes to statements issued by some Muslim-American organizations.
Twisting Islam to Enable an Interfaith Dialogue?
One way to try to enable “interfaith dialogue” is to twist Islamic doctrine into a pretzel:
The Muslim Reform Movement Plays Fantasy Islam
Welcome to a personal version of Islam that has nothing to do with Islam.
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Here is my latest article about the Muslim Reform Movement. Zuhdi Jasser, one of its founders, candidly admits how irrelevant the MRM is.