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Status of Quran

Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: To "Infidel": I have NO IDEA how you draw your conclusions...

Submitted by s.Kanhanna (India), Jun 24, 2007 at 10:21

Is Quran a contemporary text or a whole time text for the entire human being?

who are the kafirs? Are they the contemporaries of Mohamed who fought him in the hot desert or the non-Islamic Ummah of the whole world inclusive of the yet to be born non-Muslims?

If the attribution is only to the contemporary desert rivals, then the universal credence of Islam and the whole time text status of the Al Quran will be doomed.

What are the murderous sacred verses of Quran? Are they literal or allegorical? Who has the authority to interpret Quran? –Sunnihs, Shias, Muslim Islamic scholars, non-Muslim Islamic scholars, Osamas ,Daniel Pipes or George Bushes?
Can the mystic interpretation of moderate, apologetic Muslims justify the beheading agenda of Islam and Quran?


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