The central illusion here is that states can determine the one "true" voice of Islam, regardless of the diversity of Islamic thought through the ages, and also have the right to impose it on the public...The question "How do they know their version is correct?" is what starts to undermine this edifice.Whittaker argues that secular advocates must use religious arguments to undermine the religious interpretations of the state, regardless of their own beliefs, because a purely secular case will go nowhere. The effectiveness of this approach may sound doubtful, but essentially Whitaker contends that it is necessary to chip away at the state's attempt to identify itself and its repressive policies with Islamic teaching.
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