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Why? It's the Quran and Muhammad's Teachings

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Submitted by TruthWFree (United States), May 7, 2009 at 11:23

Javed,

The root cause is the Quran and Muhammad's Hadiths (look no further), since the sucide bomber believes it's the word of allah, gives him or her the satisfaction/assurance through faith that if they die in the cause of allah, they shall have eternal bliss. I have to admit I do not know why a woman is a suicide bomber, but I've read they are "dishonored women" that can redeem their "sin" by suicide Jihad.

The problem is Islam, pure and simple, and without it the world would be a better place. If Islam could eliminate the Quranic exhortations of violence and death against non believers, eliminate the Quranic statements of superiority over kafirs and infidels, eliminate death for apostates, leaving only the belief in God (not allah), prayer, fasting, belief in angels, and truly believe in the "my religion, your religion" verse (that was abrogated when Muhammad got more powerful), then Islam would not inflict so much pain on the world. But then, it would not be Islam, would it?

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