When asked by reporters to denounce Osama bin Laden, however, Zindani refused. “I don’t know what is in his heart,” he shrugged. “I don’t know if he is good or bad.” If Islam really forbids murder of innocents, how can the scholar fail to condemn a terrorist leader who brags openly about slaughtering civilians? Sheikh Zindani’s contradictions show the folly of trying to judge an individual’s heart rather than his actions, and the confusing position of many so-called Muslim moderates.
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