1. I am not a practicing muslim but all the moral values that i live by derive from what i learned from islam. Although moral values dont have to derive from religion but i am just saying that dont listen to the usual barrage that all muslims are fanatics. There ARE fanatics, but dont discount the educated and the peaceful. 2. Yes, i believe in freedom of choice and ofcourse very much against the threat of death if someone converts. 3. Not only do i believe that, i think Islam needs a debate within itself and some prevalent issues of our time need to be addressed once and for all. Too many to mention here but i think you have an idea. basically reform and growth is what i support. I hope these are satisfying answers to your questions. I will reiterate though, that the opinions of fanatics and leaders who use religion to their cause are the ones who make headlines. granted that they should be addressed seriously, but i find that your posts are greatly generalized and i find that unfair on your part. Any more questions are welcome.
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