No, not really. But it would be appropriate in this context. I can hear her now: “Y’all fundies are a bunch of dumb a$$ mo’ fo’s.” With a British accent of course.
The Saturday Profile – Ismail Serageldin Seeks an Arab Age of Reason – Biography – NYTimes.com. And one of his core messages, aimed at his own community, is that Muslim societies today need to learn from Muslim leaders of the past, like Ibn al-Nafis, the 13th-century religious scholar, philosopher and scientist who called for tolerance in hearing out opposing views. “How different these enlightened voices from the past sound compared to the frenetic ranting and condemnations of everything that is new and different that we see and hear everywhere in the Arab and Muslim worlds today,” he wrote in one…
The Eighth Annual Brass Crescent Awards – Honoring the Best of the Muslim Blogosphere. The Brass Crescent Awards, a joint project of altmuslim and City of Brass, is an annual awards ceremony that honors the best writers and thinkers of the emerging Muslim blogosphere (aka the Islamsphere). Nominations are taken from blog readers, who then vote for the winners.
Tabsir points out an article about New Age Islam, a site that challenges ideologic interpretations of Islam.