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To Bilawal and his muslims

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (India), Mar 24, 2008 at 21:04

The kuran says there is no compulsion in religion. But is that so in reality? The kuran writes or declares many things which have no practical or real existence. Merely because something is written in the kuran does not mean it is true or correct or valid.

muslims are experts in self-deceit and denials of reality. Your education consists of a string of such self-deceits. Making grand propaganda about islam and vilifying those who are not fools to accept this propaganda has been the hallmark of islam and islamic societies.

The kuran is not a book of knowledge or guidance but a book of manipulation through intimidation and seductions. A muslim is not allowed to have or develop or manifest the intelligence to recognize this.

Criticizing hindu religions is good - but that does not make islam better. Calling a rotten banana as rotten does not make a rotten apple healthy.

I did not talk about any god speaking hindi or sanskrit because neither hindi nor sanskrit are my mother tongues. But your way of argumentation shows how you are fixated on avoiding self-criticism. Whatever is my mother tongue, god knows it and he speaks to me in this langauge. I don't have to bootlick the arabs for knowledge about god or gods or atheism.

Hindus keep changing their faiths and beliefs - that is good. That removes (or reduces) fanaticism, narrow-minded-ness and closed-minded-ness from their hearts and lives. Flexibility is good. The human being must have the freedom to throw out a useless or pernicious god or religion. The arabic-kuranic god allah is a pernicious god and islam a pernicious religion. This is reflected in the fact that you say you are proud to be a mental slave (of allah and islam). A human being who has come to the stage of saying that he is proud to be a mental slave - such a human being is dangerous and perverse.

The creator-god is one god-concept among many. May be the creator-god is a sadist and cynic and he created mankind in order to satisfy his sadism and cynicism. Arabic allah and islam are certainly of the sadist-cynical category.

As a muslims you will come up with your typical propaganda answers. A proud mental slave has neither the ability nor the right nor the desire to think independently. He can only learn standard old-fashioned answers and replicate them. All my email correspondence with muslims ends in this typical way. Unless the muslims develops the intelligence and the courage to recognize that kuran is not a source of knowledge and guidance but of manipulation and a cause of detestable mental slavery - any dialogue with muslims becomes a waste of time.

Assume for the sake of research that kuran is not a source of knowledge but of manipulation and you will be able to free yourself from your pride of being a mental slave. That is the first step towards a better dialogue. A human being who is proud of being a mental slave is no good partner for an honest dialogue. Do you agree? How would you, as a muslim, look upon a person who says he is proud to be a mental slave of some idea or belief or book or propaganda? Will you be able to have an honest fruitful dialogue with him?

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