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Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Mar 21, 2006 at 08:26

well as i said before...the koran is more of a guideline in which to live your life. and i also said that the koran confuses many people of others religions including some muslims because it gives guidelines from past to the future. so therefore the koran can not be a replacement of the bible. which gives us stories of the past. on what G-d sent for us and what prophets did to reenforce G-ds word. yes i know in the koran talks about beating,taking bootie,killing infidels. but you have to understand what point in time is it talking about. back then that was the norm during war. to take prisoner an captured their women. come on every body did it. even in this world and time we live in now.....its still done. you think not one military solider havent beat, rape and kill inoccent women. i'am not saying the koran saying all that...just making a point. and for beating your wife...it says first talk to them, if that dont work leave them to sleep by themselves and the final is to beat them.( see you have to look at it like this) it permits you to ..dont mean you have to...its the last resort. like i said the koran is about life as it is...no sheild no blinds...open your eyes. people act as theses acts dont happen now in today society.


we hear it all the time...it shoudnt happen to a uncontrolling point but men and women fight amongs themselves. meaning husband and wives...sometimes one may desevrea slap or two. man or women...in my case i dont beat or hit my wife. but thats because i choose not too. but my wife have slapped me acouple of times..lol. it was coming to me anyway but that the relationship we share its not able hurting oneanother but somtimes that want needed to get your point across. just like children somtimes need discipline we all do. i hope this will give you better insight . G-d bless!!
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