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Slavery in the Qur'an and other sordid matters

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 18, 2014 at 07:42

While we kuffar are waiting for our dear Adil's answer in regard to where can we find a Buraq? I have two Quranic disasters and you can consult with your Arab Mullah Amr Dabour

1. It says in Q24:34

ولا تكرهوا فتياتكم على البغاء

Or do not your (slave) girls in prostitution

So far your Allah seems to appove slavery but he is saying do not force them into prostitution

So it seems that slavery is allowed in Islam right our dear Adil?

But wait let us read the rest of the verse

ومن يكرههن فان الله من بعد اكراهن غفور رحيم

And those that force them (in prostitution) then Allah after forcing them (in prostitution) is forgiving and merciful

What a disaster Allah has no difficulty with prostitution

Does that make any sense to you that the so called God of the universe is saying that slavery is fine with him and he will forgive those that force their slaves in prostitution?

Do you see why Islam does not make sense?

2. Oh the second disaster? The Qur'an says

ماكان لنفس أن تؤمن إلا بإذن الله

Or and no soul can become a believer except with Allah's permission

Do you know what this means our dear Adil? It means that if we are big time kuffar then then we can only blame Allah it also means that your little Dawa and Tabligh are against your Allah grand plan

But wait it also says in the Qur'an

قاتلوا الذين لايؤمنون بالله

Or fight those that do not believe in Allah

Does that make any sense to you our dear Adil? How can Allah make up kuffar then he blames us for being kuffar and ask you to fight us?

What a disaster I will waiting for your reply with great anticipation

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