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Yes it is important to understand what the Qur'an says

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 17, 2007 at 06:53

Like it or not islam is nothing but fascism. Knowing what Hitler wrote in Mein Kampf or Mao in his red book or karl Marx in Das Kapital is just as important as knowing what the Qur'an really says. And again, like it or not, the message of islam that we all MUST convert to the religion of the arabs in peace or by force. Islam and islamo-fascism must be the ultimate human idea where you can spread imperialism and in this case Arabian imperialsim in the name of a deity. Just brilliant. So we have no choice but to fight the fight. And because of the nature of the beast that we are facing: there is no place for dialog with Muslims. Just imagine trying to have a dialog with the likes of Ayman al-Zawahiri!

However I do believe that bad ideas, which islam is, will sooner or later be defeated in the market place of ideas.

May be one good thing that came out of the 9/11 atrocity is that more people know about Islam and have no like for it. And the days when the likes of your Pakistani friends telling us their tablighee nonsense are gone, or at least i hope so. And do me a favor; just remind them next time you see one of them that the Qur'an says that islam is the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only (Q14:4) and they are not arabs and shame on them for being wannabe Arabs

Go and get a Qur'an and read it. It is nothing but poor literature and drivel. Dawood's translation is good and so is Rashad Khalifa's translation. Avoid the Pakistani translations the likes of Yusuf Ali and Shakir. These are poor and tendentious translations and keep in mind Yeats' "old civilizations put to the sword." and we do not our civiliaztion to be put to the swrod.


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