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If Islam is so correct why there are so misinterpretations possible.

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Submitted by Shridevi (India), Aug 31, 2007 at 08:38

Little bit of logic here:

Assume that Islam is perfect., Then how is it possible that people can have different interpretations according to his wish. If Mohammed is the last prophet and Allah is the only God with infinite powers why don't Allah program all the Human Minds with Koran and Allah only.

If there are no other truths other than Islam, why Allah made US,China,Russia,France,UK all powerful than the Muslim countries? If it is the same Allah that is worshipped by Sunnis and shias why they kill each other in the name of Allahu Akbar.

Futher If Allah is the only God what is the role of the Angels (Virgins of course) , Jinns and Satan appearing in Quran. Angels are depicted as flying creatures like birds as in Bibles.

Then what is the need of Kaaba the divine black stone (which is idol worship), Meccah (the idol worship of a place) and Arabic (the idol worship of a language) which are contrary to non Idol worships propagated by Islam.

Do not answer like communists that all are revisionisms and the true Islam is followed by the writer, which is an unachievable state.


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