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Koran Quotes Response

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: To Ahmad Z, Bader S, Harrak and Mu'een Ud Deen

Submitted by John R. (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 09:04

You know you can go on and on and on about what the Koran says. It's no different than what Chistianity says. Christians, not only Christians my god, separate Christian religions like Catholics, Babtists, Methodists, and so on says one will go to hell if they do not choose to believe in their religion. I believe Judaism says the same thing, but if not correct me. Oh yeah it is forbidden for a Jew to marry a non Jew right? That is if one, like Islam, believe in their teachings, the Torah, etc. It sounds even racist. I mean what is the difference between that and the KKK. The KKK prohibits marriage between Christians and non Christians. The same religious reason.

The point is there are plenty of ugly quotes in the bible, the Koran, and the Torah. There's plenty of violence in those books. It is not just the Koran. But for some reason, Islam stirs up the most violence in people. For some reason, it is in the 21st century the most dangerous cult we have ever had.

We might even be looking at Koran not being the problem here because you can say the bible is the same. Their reaction and treatment to what those books say is the one that is not the same. Maybe it's some other reasons.

John R.

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