Anti-sharia Modernist Muslims

Muslims Against Sharia Contact The Tundra Tabloids About Reformed Koran…….

The Tundra Tabloids received the following in the comments section to a recent post the TT ran, concerning the Diana West article that Andrew Bostom forwarded.

People talk about the need to reform Islam. Now you can stop talking and start helping. With the help of our readers we went through the Koran and removed every verse that we believe did not come from Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate. We would like to publish Reform Koran in as many languages as possible. If you could help with translation, editing, or distribution of the Reform Koran, please email us at If you could provide financial support, please visit our support page.

In Memoriam of Aqsa Parvez.

Aqsa Parvez was the 16 year old girl strangled to death by her father in an “honour killing”, due to her wanting to dress like everyone else at her high school in
Applewood Heights, Ontario.
I advise anyone who is serious in contributing to the fight against Islamist extremism, and the rolling back sharia minded initiatives here in Europe and abroad, please visit the Muslims Against Sharia website and contact them, see what you can do personally. Here are their efforts in reforming the Koran, in English. This is certainly one leg in the fight against Islamofascism, and the Tundra Tabloids support their efforts. *L* KGS

3 Responses

  1. It’s refreshing to know some Muslims see the need for change, but I wonder how they are going to address all the charges of them being apostates.

    Ellen R. Sheeley, Author
    “Reclaiming Honor in Jordan”

  2. Not everyone’s been inconsistent. I see “honor” killings as a violation of basic human rights, and I’ve been very consistent in that.

    Ellen R. Sheeley, Author
    “Reclaiming Honor in Jordan”

  3. Thank you for introducing us to Muslims Against Sharia. Aqsa Parvez was a lovely young woman cut down on the brink of womanhood — and her story is just one of 5,000 every year.

    It is too horrible to contemplate the fate of these young women, wives, daughters, sisters, nieces.

    There is no honor in these murders, not anywhere and not ever.

    Karen Tintori, author
    Unto the Daughters: The Legacy of an Honor Killing in a Sicilian-American Family

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