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The Koran needs to be cleaned of bad thoughts

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
in response to reader comment: To every action there is equal and opposite reaction

Submitted by DaveP (United Kingdom), Sep 25, 2007 at 19:10

Mansoor: Before commenting on Islam you must completely read Quran without being biased to any bad thought. Yes I did that, with no bad thoughts at all. Unfortunately, after reading just a few verses of the Koran, bad and evil thoughts were planted in my mind by the said book. I had to stop reading, as such thoughts as killing the Infidel, persecuting Jews, Christians etc, were total anathema to me. The real ghastly truth about Islam is now in the public domain.

The Western MSM is desperately trying to protect Islam, as its own multi-culturalism agenda, and its decades long anti-Christian attitude, are at stake. How the MSM and academics, turned into anti-Christian bigots, i.e., against the very faith that gave rise Western civilisation - parliamentary democracy, separation of church and state, as well as science and technology, will be a matter of debate in the future. Mansoor: The Koran needs to be cleaned up. If this is not possible, then leave Islam for good. There is no hope for you in the West if you live here, or in the next world otherwise.


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