Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Jul 17, 2008 at 10:13
"most of the people who commented here probably dont even know anything about islam and are just saying things based on what they hear in the media which is usually wrong."
Sad to say that you even got people claiming to be Muslims talking about Islam... with a huge lack of knowledge... ...Tsk,tsk,tsk....
Are you a third generation muslim?
Anyways, I find that the Q'ran should be forbidden by law as it's an arabic version of 'Mein Kampf' written by Hitler with that difference that Mohammed couldn't even write so the Q'ran probably isn't even as religious as it self claims. Though that talk I allready had enough times about how modified the Q'ran truly is.
Why do people choose for a self crowned religion based on the so called words of a sheizure suffering arab, who could read nor write, but still did plunder/rape/kill and tell what ever he likes.
Because of the message said, because of the loss of control(gain of guidance) you get over your own life, because they where told lies about what Islam trully is?
Perhaps because of the religious rights you recieve like:
-The obligation for a women to conciele there hair?(yes only for females, a discrimination based on gender)
- Protection against Islam believers?
- The right to beat your wife?(Only for males, discrimination based on gendre
- The right to marry more then 1 wife with no age restrictions(only for a male, yes that's discrimination based on gendre)
- the (hopefully temporary) benefit of using Islam as an excuse for any and all wrongdoings possible towards non believers?(Hum... racesism? Based on religious differences)
Yes, why do people choose to become a Muslim?
Perhaps People just become muslim out of fear or because they like to hurt and hate others?
And above all let's not forget the 'Takjia' which gives all Muslims the obligation to lie there pants off for as long as it's in the benefit of there religion...
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