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The Qur'an and hate speech

Reader comment on item: Mocking Muhammad Is Not Hate Speech

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 24, 2012 at 17:33

The Qur'an is no more than hate speech and it should be exposed for what it is: Hate literature

Mahmud of Ghazni who was responsible for the murder, rape and enslavement of millions of Hindus told who ever was listening that he committed all these crimes because Allah says in Q9:5 the infamous ayat al-sayf or the sword verse and to quote him "the book of Allah says to kill the idolators then kill the idolators." How disgusting and criminal

If this is not criminal hate speech I have no clue what hate speech is all about

And speaking of incitment in Q8:65 it says يايها النبي حرض المؤمنين على القتال and the word harrad means to incite! The Qur'an is saying that O you prophet (Muhammad) INCITE the believers to fight! It is in black and white Allah is inciting hate and war!

Oh and this is after telling Muhammad that he must ترهبون عدو به الله that Muhammad and his followers must TERRORIZE the enemies of Allah! This hate speech

Allah is telling Muhammad and his followers to terrorize human beings

It seems that Sheila must not be reading the same Qur'an that we kuffar are reading

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