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Islamic teachings into human civilization revolution

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in response to reader comment: i used to think islam was the best until i found hinduism

Submitted by Johanes (Indonesia), Dec 16, 2010 at 10:25

Before the sixth century BC in general human civilization can be sorted by ruler and slave, this grouping is very detailed on the teachings in India. Roman Empire and the time to the past is human civilization is divided into two groups: employers and slaves, this civilization thousands of years has taken place. Similarly, religious teachings of the prophets who submitted those days when it was in the hands of employers become a doctrine which is fatal to the business of slavery liberation of mankind, otherwise further strengthen the power of the employer.

Islam is the doctrine that fought to destroy human civilization, and revolutionized the modern centuries is known as the human civilization, a civilization that distinguishes humans based on science, which is not found before the 6th century BC to the teachings throughout the world.

The Qur'an gives awards to humanitarian fighters with documenting the struggle. In general they are fighting for the liberation of human bondage by employers. That period was a lot of people out of human nature to equate themselves with the god, god. Where gods and goddesses are engineering them about an idea of rights and certain special abilities. Brainwash their success with articles they make, then some of them to put your position on the imagination that they have engineered.

Islamic teachings are the teachings of the late freedom fighters, everything good that has been achieved by documented which includes fighters from all fields, social, cultural, science. We read history when almost all teaching is teaching is another destroyer. Islam is a doctrine that teaches to take lessons from each of the existing teachings, cultural, and social impacts of past, present and future..


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