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Nozzi: Allah's instructions to kill are there all over the Koran. 9:5, 9:29, 9:111, 8:67

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in response to reader comment: YOU HAVE ABUSED THE HOLY QURAN FOR VIOLENCE AGAIN AND AGAIN

Submitted by Plato (India), May 14, 2009 at 03:10

Nozz, you write:

>>Plato, you are arrogant and would not repent. How many times that I have highlighted to you that you always made silly mistakes to abuse Holy Quran for violence? How many times should I correct your mistakes then you would repent?<<

Allah's instructions to kill are there all over the Koran. 9:5, 9:29, 9:111, 8:67. Who is making the silly mistake?

>>The following extracts have been abused by you for violence and yet I find it as garbage:<<

I hope you mean what I said is garbage and not the verses!

>>Quran 5:33, "The punishment of those who wages war against Allah and His messenger..." As the phrase, wages war against Allah, is mentioned in Quran 5:33, it implies that the people that started to fight with muslims are non-muslims. As non-muslims are those that start to fight with muslims, we would then defend.<<

First demonstrate that non-Muslims started the fight. I have shown you from history written by Muslims that it was the Muslims to who started violence after they settled down in Medina and gathered a fighting force. Why don't you demonstrate to me I am wrong. Your repeating the same charge against kaffirs time and again without evidence is getting tiresome.

>>Quran 4:56, "Those who reject our signs we shall soon cast into the Fire as soon as their skins are roasted through. We shall change them for fresh skins that they may taste the penalty; for Allah is exalted in power; wise". As the phrase, cast into the Fire, is mentioned in Quran 4:56, it certainly refers to the execution of the Last Judgment Day.<<

You must read what I write a little more attentively. I quoted 4:56 to show you how cruel a being your Allah is and how fraudulent His claim is to being the most merciful. I hope you understand the reason I quoted it now.

>>The phrase, Allah is exalted in power, in Quran 4:56 implies the mighty power of Allah that he could cause those things that are impossible for human beings, to be possible to him. As Quran 4:56 is meant for the Last Judgment Day, how could we, moderate muslims, abuse the verse for violence, vandalism and etc. since the execution should be by Allah through the last Judgment Day instead of by us.<<

The verse is easily abused by believers because it tells you that Allah thinks kaffirs are so valueless that He will torture them in hell forever. Would you respect anyone whom your courts sentence to life imprisonment?

Regards

Plato

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