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No, compilation of tales, imposed as the truth

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: compilation of Hadith

Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Oct 21, 2013 at 00:53

I don't pretend to be much. Just a man. Who can read and write. But as I see it, one doesn't need to be that much to notice that Islam is first and foremost a plague. No contemporary sources, very sloppy edition ("Othman's Koran"), unambiguous orders to spread havoc in the whole world, and this not against what anyone would call crime or bad behavior but just against non-belief, and a history of over thousand years fruitlessly trying to live according to those conflicting scriptures.

If the tale of Muhammad was true, we sure would find many records of it from the time. What would have been more important to write about? We would find fragments of copies of the Koran that can be dated to the early 6th century all over the place. And if the Koran would contain true revelations about modern sciences, Muslims would have invented these sciences, long ago, not people who didn't bother about Islam.

My parents did not practice any religion, I was never baptized or anything, I never practiced. No, I neither was nor am a Christian. As a matter of fact. Besides, in my Country, you can be officially "without confession", from birth on.


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