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Why Is The Koran Open To Interpretation?

WHY HAS THE KORAN NOT BEEN CONVERTED INTO HISTORICAL AND LEGAL VERSE – TESTABLE STATEMENTS NOT OPEN TO INTERPRETATION?

If the Koran can be converted to law – a sequence of operationally testable statements, as has all of christendom then why has it not been?

If the koran can be converted into law so that it cannot be interpreted, why has it not been? To preserve interpretation rather than decidability?

If the koran can be interpreted, then how can anyone claim it is law?
Laws are decidable. Opinions are not. Until you can reduce literature to laws that are decidable, then one has no claim other than that all DEDUCTIONS FROM IT are in fact REPRESENTATIVE OF IT.

In other words, if you can’t DECIDE because of operationally testable statements, then the DECISION is to leave open interpretation. Therefore the decision is to leave open interpretation, and justification of it is just making excuses for licensing interpretation.

Therefore all actions derived from interpretation are the result of the decision NOT to eradicate interpretation.

In other words, jihadists, in all their flavors, and islamists in all their flavors, are specifically licensed by all other muslims because they have not DENIED them the ability to interpret the Koran, by stating the Koran in decidable verse: a sequence of operationally testable statements.

In other words, muslims accommodate terrorist ideologies by not regulating their religion such that it is FREE of terrorist ideologies.

Jews and Christians have both historicized and legalized their literature. Islam has NOT historicized and legalized its literature, and resists it at every opportunity.

With every denial we see only confirmation: islam licenses jihadis, terrorism, and interpretation.

The truth is,that the Koran *CAN* be converted into law.

At which point it will be untenable.

Which is why it has not been done.

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