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Submitted by M.A. (United States), Aug 13, 2006 at 17:12

The following are some of the negative effects of quranic teachings on muslims worldwide:
-They only worry about hereafter and of avoiding hell fire and gaining paradise . They spend life in praying , fasting , reciting quran, attending quranic schools, going to religious lectures , tafsir meetings, sira conferences, mosque darses, friday sermons and also in visiting religious shrines , pirs, mullas and religious places places, Mecca, etc..The result is that GNP of all muslim countries is very low. Had it not been for oil, most would have been basket cases like Bangladesh, Somalia, Afghanistan etc

-Their contribution to sciences is next to nil. 20% of world population produced two noble Laureates in sciences (one pyhics and one chemistry), they too were secularists trained in Europe and America and not in a muslim country..
- They grow up hating non muslims specially jews as quran bad mouths jews in every chapter.
-They can never mix with other cultures as quran tells them that if they befriend infidels, Allah considers them one of them.
-The teachings against music, TV and cinema and other entertainments makes their life very monotonous and boring.
-They treat their women bad.
-The quranic teaching that non muslims are worse than animals and lowest creatures makes them only concerned with muslim umma. They dont give a damn when millions of black anmists and christians are killed by arabs in Sudan but when some one even makes a cartoon of their prophet, miilions all over the world take to the streets.
--They become totally ungrateful and believe that the only person to be thanked is Allah.
-Promise of Allah to award paradise to those who kill and are killed for Allah creates an army of jihadists and suicide bombers.


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