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The Koran shows lots of hatred with no God who wants to restore man like in the Bible

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]
in response to reader comment: Islam and Killing, the true meaning

Submitted by Elisabeth Dakak (United States), Jan 3, 2011 at 18:01

In Genesis the Sole and Unique God repented himself to have put man on earth. We can see that God was displeased with what human kind was doing on earth, but as we read the Bible, there is something extraordinary in The Bible that is in no other book, it is that God wants to restore mankind. God came on earth as a little baby. There is no Saviour in the Koran....all the hateful statements that I have in French from Surat show that the Muslims have to kill the Jews and the Christians. So to say that there is hate in the Bible and forgiveness, it is one thing, but really no biblical verse dictates that man should kill. Example Thou Shall not Kill. Christ is peace, and when the Divine Seed nestles in the spirit of the believer, the believer does not kill, but he loves instead. Nothing like this in Coran.


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