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Submitted by ryan (United States), Feb 22, 2006 at 20:58

When looking for the specific passages in the Koran that are inciteful it is not hard.

How about looking at documents prepared by Islamic leaders such as the Cairo Declaration of Human Rights - if you've read that Obied, you might want to misquote it to favor Islam. Most of the rights sound like ours, until the end of each statement when it says that it is subject to the rule of Shariah....hmmmm...and then the second to last rule says that all rules before are subject to Shariah....hmmmm

Returning to the Koran....

Since Islam was founded at a contentious time and Mohammed was a conqueror as much as he was a prophet, it is not hard to connect the dots and ignore the remaining passages that make his reasons sound good - I have no idea whether in real life they were, but just like the Bible, the storytelling is one-sided into believing he had supernatural powers; how else are you going to convince people he is supernatural?
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