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What does the kuran bring?

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Jun 7, 2007 at 02:02

The kuran contains contradictions, mistakes, inconsistencies, ambiguities and even idiocies and outright dangerous sentences. It is the kuran-faith that is keeping the muslims backwards, angry, irrational, arrogant, peaceless (whatever propaganda islam may make about itself). Better books that the kuran are available to guide mankind of the 21st century. It is not necessary to name one book, one has to be intelligent and wise and take whatever is good from them and combine it.

My observation is: kuran-based societies are violent, dishonest, arrogant, angry, irrational and a nuisance to everyone (even to the muslims - that's why many muslims wish to emigrate).

Come and live in the 21st century - don't waste your time and love on the 7th century. The real performance of the muslims is just shabby and they keep lying (even to their own children) to cover it up. Islam will collapse if muslims understand what it means to be really honest and also practise it. Muslims are dead-scared of honesty. They will silence anyone who is honest or shows tendency towards honesty.

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