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Faisal Khan: Would you care to explain what the meaning of the Koran is?

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Submitted by Plato (India), Aug 23, 2009 at 23:31

Faisal, you wrote,

>>I just do not agree that you people with such great knowledge didn't understand the meaning of Islam.<<

Would you care to explain what the meaning of the Koran is?

>>If somebody doesn't drive a Mercedes properly you can't question the designer or maker of the car - its' the driver who should be blamed.<<

If even expert drivers when they try to turn their Mercedes to the right a it always turn to the left the designer has surely got his design wrong. The salesmen (Muslims) wax eloquent about their Mercedes brand (Islam) but when the unwary driver buys his shiny new Mercedes and drives out he finds himself ramming into people injuring and killing some. You have paid a huge sum for the car and the deal said you cannot exchange it for any other (you cannot apostasise). The Mercedes you bought is Islam. It is flawed and designed to hurt both people in the car and the unwary ones outside.

>>Moreover, just like every country has a military area and not everybody is allowed to enter - nobody questions as why aren't we allowed, its common sense, if you are a part of military you can enter.<<

Your examples and metaphors are apt. Muslims are at war with the rest of the world. They have a protected and prohibited area only Muslims can enter. Anyone who goes near does this on pain of death.

>>Same way if you revert to a muslim, you are allowed 24/7, 365 days to enter Saudi Arabia.<<

You may not be aware but when Saudi Arabia wants skilled personnel to work in the holy of holies of Mecca and Medina people just convert to Islam i.e revert to Islam temporarily for the job and then re-revert right back to polytheism after the oil dollars are safely in their banks. LOL

>>I ask all my friends on this group to get a copy of The Glorious Quran in any language you prefer and just read it once, you will find it as the most beautiful book of all times.<<

I would imagine that most who comment on this blog have read the (In)glorious Koran and know that it is a book of hatred for non-Muslims. It wants to bake them in an oven for ever (4:56). It calls non-Muslims the worst of beasts, deaf, dumb, blind and stupid (8:22). What a "beautiful" way to treat the majority of mankind!

>>Also my dear friends, any book to claim as the book of God should stand the test of time, in all ages.<<

The Koran is one book that has been unable to stand the test of time. Muslims have to make do without slaves now as the world has decided that the Koran allowing slavery cannot be tolerated in this age. The world considers this unethical and immoral. So Allah's sanction to hold slaves has been abrogated by mankind. No Muslim is now allowed by law, even in Saudi Arabia, to take or trade in slaves or keep women slaves as concubines as allowed by the Koran:

033.052 YUSUFALI: It is not lawful for thee (to marry more) women after this, nor to change them for (other) wives, even though their beauty attract thee, except any thy right hand should possess (as handmaidens): and Allah doth watch over all things.

A Muslim's right hand is not allowed to possess any handmaidens now. The infidel world has stymied Allah in this matter of Muslims having sex freely with what their right hands possess (slave girls).

>>Please go through the topics on "Islam and Modern Science".<<

I found Islamic science has discovered that Mecca is the centre of the world. I had a good laugh watching this video clip: http://tv.muxlim.com/video/6MS2qVO2hEc/Muslim-Scientist-Says-Neil-Armstrong-Proved-Mecca-Center-of-Earth/

Regards

Plato

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