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muslims and their confusions

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in response to reader comment: WHO IS THE SPEAKER IN THE QUR'AN

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), May 14, 2009 at 13:50

To Salah Ali

You are admitting that the kuran contains no exact instructions or knowledge for our life. Of metaphor and allusion we have had enough to confuse us. No wonder the muslims are so thoroughly confused and murderously conflicted among themselves. They cannot manage their own houses but want to preach to others. Islam is a political and juridical ideology using words like god and revelation to justify and entrench itself. Fascism is a method of implementing totalitarian politics. Islam is a totalitarian ideology and uses fascist methods – something the muslim can never accept as true in spite of its being factual and hence true. Rhythm can be found in all texts – depends upon how you define rhythm and how large the periodicity is. In mathematics the Fourier series goes over to Fourier integral in this fashion. In fact the existence of a simple rhythm in a text means the text is rather primitive, simplistic, repetitive and manipulative, even hallucinating. Rhythm is no good advertisement for a serious text.

The god of the kuran is a 7th century tribal-arabic god, a derivative of some older jewish tribal god-concept.

Islam is not a tolerant religion – although some exceptional muslims did practise some sort of tolerance because they were, in their minds, fed up with the so-called logic or knowledge-level of the kuran and were in contact with the non-islamic world that had more good to offer than the islamic world.

Islam may have forbidden wine but not coffee, tobacco, heroin etc. The muslim woman too is a consumer-article under islam. Islamic upbringing causes such a bad attitude among muslim men that the muslim woman prefers to put on the veil or hide herself ,,voluntarily,, and try to pacify her anger and frustration by calling it god,s command. It is typical of fascism that its victim prefers in public to praise the ideology that is torturing her knowing that things could become worse if she does not pretend to like and praise this ideology.

If only arab readers can fathom the kuran then obviously the god of the kuran is not god for all of mankind. I read the kuran and discovered that it manipulates human beings of a low level of intelligence and high level of cowardice through bribery (sweet-false promises) and intimidations (shabby treatment and hell for non-muslims and a cruel death and hell for ex-muslims). The god-concept of the kuran corresponds mentally to that of a typical fascist leader.

You talked of dialogue between muslims and non-muslims – but how is that possible if muslims stick to their arrogant belief that kuran is the final perfect source of all knowledge and guidance and Mohammad the best among all human beings for all times and the god-concept of islam the only valid one. Dialogue means the giving up of one's arrogance and conceit. A frog in a deep well (where he has everything for his survival) thinks the whole world is the well and the well is the whole world. Unless he comes out of the well and sees the ocean and the mountains and the forests – he remains in state of conceit. Such are the muslims. They want everyone to jump into the deep narrow well in which they live.

Muslims say kuran is the best poetry and best book ever produced – such a statement only typifies muslim ignorance of poetry and prose. Muslims say Mohammad is the best human being who ever lived – this typifies muslim ignorance about human beings. It is the same frog-in-the-well attitude.

Sufism is not compatible with the kuran – but the Sufis lied in favour of the kuran and hence it is no wonder that all areas islamised by the Sufis have gone down the drain of islamic fascism, because honesty has no high place of honour in Islamic societies. The more you praise kuran and Mohammad the more will islam become a kuran-centred and Mohammad-centred fascism. The 21st century has its own socio-political logic (or, better to say, needs) and 7th century kuran cannot understand or manage it.

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