• pisher

    I’m pleasantly surprised the number isn’t higher.

    Aspects of Islam are at odds with western pluralism, absolutely. Most Muslims aren’t really that intent on enforcing those aspects of Islam, many would like to change them. And it’s not as if all opponents of Islam are the least bit comfortable with pluralism themselves.

    I don’t want to live in an Islamic society. I don’t want to live in a uniformly Christian one either, even though on some level, I still consider myself a Christian (albeit one that doesn’t believe Jesus was God, which I’m allowed to do, because pluralism).

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