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Origin of Violence

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Submitted by A.A. (United States), May 22, 2003 at 11:17

As long as muslims believe Quran to be divine and try to follow it's teachings of violence and hatred towards "infidels" to please God (infidel is a non muslim or a differing muslim) , bloodshed will continue, as has been since Prophet Mohammed introduced Quran in the 7th century (Prophet Mohammed's widow Ayesha fought a war with his son- in- law Ali, soon after his death, in which 10,000 muslims were killed). Sooner the muslims and non-muslims alike realize it, better it is for all. Please read thought provoking articles "The Quran in Context" and " Balancing between Human Rights and Security" on website faithfreedom.org .
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