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Namazie's site looks interesting, C.L. I've boaromkked it.I'm no authority on Muslim activism, so please take this for what it's worth: My understanding is that some of the activists in the Muslim world seek to liberalize Islam by striping the Hadith from the Qur'an (the Hadith are commentaries written on the Qur'an and many of them are more conservative than the Qur'an itself).The beauty of that tactic is they can claim to be returning Islam to its traditional roots in the Qur'an. Thus, they can avoid saying their desire to liberalize Islam is inspired by Western values and political culture. In other words, they can make themselves sound like Islamic traditionalists rather than Westernized progressives.Yet, so far as I know (which is really not very far at all) the folks who have adopted that tactic to liberalize Islam are pretty much heavily influenced by the West.One argument I've occasionally seen used to drive a wedge between the Hadith and the Qur'an is to assert that the Qur'an represents "True Islam" while the Hadith represent only "Arab culture".I don't know how popular that branch of Muslim activism is in the grand scheme of things, but only that I've met a few Muslims on the net who take that approach to liberalizing Islam.

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