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Responsibility of a Non Muslim

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Submitted by Singha (India), Jun 15, 2008 at 02:02

Till muslims explicitly declare that the medina verses in koran that openly advocates intolerance, hatred and violence towards non muslims, stand abrogated, it is the responsibility of every non-muslim to treat koran with disdain.

It is not logical to respect a book that openly calls for hatred towards others. Demands on non muslims to treat koran with respect is like asking the Jews to kiss Mein Kampf.

Giving in here is plain stupidity.

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