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Submitted by Gielah (Netherlands), Aug 31, 2007 at 16:00

Although I am a Messianic Jewish theologian myself, I nevertheless study the Q'oran a lot.

The reason is this: our European countries are experiencing a real tsunami of muslims, who are unwilling to accomodate to our Jewish/Christian values and who are giving us lots of problems.

Well, when I am reading the Q'oran, I understand from where they are getting their ideas.

They are allowed to lie to 'unbelievers'( read: non-muslims), to kill Jews, Christians and atheists, to confisqate whatever is ours and to claim dhimmi-taxes of us, the original Dutch polulation, as soon as they have established their sharía here.

But.. whenever you quote the Q'oran ( which most of them do not even know), somebody starts to say that my version of the Q'oran múst be one with a wrong translation, as the 'real' Q'oran is full of peace, love and blessings.

Well, I have read and studied it all, but it is a book full of muslim supremacy and hatred for others and it literally says, that a good muslim is a muslim who kills non-muslims.

This cannot be caused by a wrong translation - impossible.

The whole book is wrong!

It's my opinion the it should be forbidden in all of the Western world and whoever does not agree with this: there are a lot of islamic countries in the world- why not go and live there, instead of contaminating our free world.


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