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So where is the promotion of freedom?

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Submitted by Raul (United States), Feb 28, 2007 at 14:14

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Quran/015-slavery.htm

please follow the link for further knowledge of how Islam promotes slavery. i am aware that most muslims would not agree with this since it has been transalted to english; original context is gone. i believe translation still holds context regardless of the language or we wouldn't have a world economy.

I see it that Islam promotes slavery. It is in the Qur'an and Hadith.

Also, i would like to comment on the so called "Peace" Islam promotes. Everyone (Muslims, Christians, Buhdists, ect.) need to question themselves - "What this peace that Islam promotes?"., "Why is it that 90% of the wars occuring in this world today would be cleared off the map if Islam was not a factor of it?"; it promotes peace, right? What is this 'peace'?

Islam promotes the killing of Non-Islamic people in Sura 9:5 and Sura 5:33. This so called Peace is when this world is nothing but Islamic people. Makes one wonder how the Sunnis and Shiites are going to work this out.

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