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Be Positive and Avoid Bias Judgement

Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: Islam and its victims

Submitted by Av Moiden (Qatar), Nov 2, 2013 at 08:01

Dear Mr. Dhimmi?

From all your comments it is obvious that you are running here and there panickly to detach and present particular word and sentence from Qur'an avoiding the sentences before and after this particular world and sentence and the situation as well to prove that Qur'an advocates killing thereby Muslims are cruel people. It is not only your business alone but also all the critics of Islam often doing such tricky business but failed to a large extent. No doubt your simmering outcry and hatred also will end vain.

To defend Qur'an and Islam I can also bring out such instances in the same way from ancient scriptures and events but do not require. Nevertheless, for instance; the celebration 'Diwali' which you say the celebration of lights but what is the story behind, it is nothing but killing that Ram did against Rawan and there are several instances like this in ancient scriputres. Highlighting this, I cannot say that Hinduism or Bagwat Gita promotes killing and cannot deny the authenticity of holy book like Bagwat Gita which could also be the revelation to the then prophents in the then era.

Moreover, for your information that if my or our forefathers had not embraced Islam we would have also been part of all the superstitious and inhuman practices that you people are doing on the account of religion and centuries old tradition - Alhamdu lillah (Thank Goodness).

Also, it is not necessary to carry out atrocities and wrongdoing towards Hindus by Muslim invaders since former themselves were and are doing this in various forms maintiining the cast and creed system such as upper cast and lower cast, touchable and untouchable and Islam does not encourages such discriminative and inhuman practices since it clearly mention that we mankind is created with different features only to identify each other, otherwise there is no difference between black and white, arab and non arab, haves and haves not, etc. Apart from Tawheed, Almighty God only will look into ones good deeds, those who do good deeds will be supreme before him. Otherwise, he will not see or categorize that he is a Brahmin, Namboori, Nair, Menon, or Ezhava, Harijan, Adivasi, etc...etc... divisions prevalent in Hindu community.

Besides, if one maintains such simmering hatred and negative thinking or aspects, of course which will cause disturbance in his or her daily routine and will be a complete failure throughout life as well thus take care to avoid such situation and be positive.

Furthermore, instead of picking certain words and events try to learn Qur'an without any prejudice and bias i.e. fabricated and exaggerated stories heard from childhood from certain people of hatred minded and masters of discriminative system.

Dear Dhimmimi, do not forget that we all from one man and woman (Adam & Eve) so avoid your hatred minded campaign.

Wish you all the best and pray for hidhaya.

Av Moiden

Doha - Qatar


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