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Rizvi: Muslims must do what they preach. Read the Koran!

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Submitted by Plato (India), Apr 13, 2008 at 07:56

Rizvi you wrote:

>>I dont know why people without going through kORAN making comments on it and the prophet. Its the best religion which gives liberty , rights to women and much more.<<

We have gone through the Koran thoroughly and found it sadly wanting in what it claims for Allah. We found that a reading of the Koran reveals a vengeful, baleful and merciless Allah. If we needed corroboration we found it in the jihadi terrorism, hate khutbas broadcast from mosques and the hate lessons taught to children in madrasssas.

>>Today in the world there are some 250 bibles which are manipulated and followers have been distracted from the INJEEL<<

There being 2500 bibles which are manipulated and distracting their followers does not make the singular Koran any less a problem for its followers. The Koran instead of being manipulated by its followers manipulates its followers. The manipulated bibles have given us Christians who no more go and invade other cultures and races in the name of Jesus.

The Koran on the other hand manipulates its followers to this day with threats, and material inducements in this world and the next to subdue other religions.

>>They even don't follow prophet ISSA (jesus).<<

They did not follow Jesus till recently. But now having understood the true message of Jesus, wars in his name, or inquisitions for blaspheming him are all a thing of the past.

Unlike Islam. Following your prophet results in the mayhem you see Muslims commit not only against unbelievers but against themselves. Your prophet was a war leader. He conquered and plundered neighbouring tribes for power and booty, including women and children as slaves.

>>I would like to appeal to them that first go and have a study of islam<<

Your appeal is really unnecessary. We are studying Islam and doing it for quite some time now. You know most Western universities have Islamic studies departments. You may also have noticed that on this forum quite a few infidels have shown a better grasp of Islamic scriptures than Muslims. Muslims are good at telling us to study the Koran but many themselves have no clue what it contains.

>>Otherwise , on the day of judgement they will have no words.<<

On judgment day we will have to tell Allah that we found many of his injunctions so inhuman (cutting off limbs on opposite ends, 9:111 an eye for eye etc) that we would welcome hell rather than follow them.

Regards

Plato

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