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CAIR and MPAC should apologize for what is in Quran

Reader comment on item: Amazon.com's Koran Desecration Problem

Submitted by N.K.. (United States), May 20, 2005 at 12:56

It is ridiculous that muslims are so sensitive about by a comment supposedly jotted on a used quran. How about the sensibilities of non muslims who are demonised through out the whole book?
Some examples are:
2.10 Disbelievers are diseased
3.118 Don't be friends with non muslims. They hate you and want to ruin you.
4.60 Allah turned Jews into apes and swines
5.59 Jews and christians are evil
8.11 Strike off their heads , maim them in every limb (Abu Musab Zarqawi is doing just that)
8.55 The worst beasts are disbelievers
9.5 slay the infidels where ever you find them
9.28 Disbelievers are unclean
16.27 Disbelievers are evil
16.39 Disbellievers are liars
63.4 Disbelievers are perverts
Quran is taught in the thousands of mosques in USA which americans support financially by giving them tax free status.No wonder many muslims grow up hating Jews, Christians and other non muslims. Shouldn't CAIR and MPAC apologize publicly for what is in Quran?

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