Quranic literalism

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Qur'anic literalism is the belief that the verses of the Qur'an should be taken at their apparent meaning.

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  • Osama bin Laden is at it again, offering copious Qur'an quotes--as if challenging peaceful Muslims to demonstrate that he is misusing the Islamic book. Why don't they take up the challenge? This is the way Osama and his counterparts make recruits among Muslims. This is what peaceful Muslims need to counter. But instead, they call people who point out that the jihadists do this "Islamophobes," and that is that.


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