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Folly Islam is an Amiss Religion By DF Hansson
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Why can’t Muslims modernize and change? There is a simple answer to that. The New Testament does not contain so much violence and terror as does the Quran. I am saying the Bible is factual. It... More > sounds not like myths and legends. Nonetheless, the Jesus of the Bible is a saintly figure. He is the embodiment of goodness. So if you don’t mind believing in Christ, Christianity can make you a good person. Of course, fanatics are everywhere but the message of Christ is not fanatical. Recall when the Pharisees brought a prostitute to him, asking him what to do with her? His response was “Let the one who has not sinned throw the first stone.” If you really practice just this teaching alone, you will become a good human being. Isn't this the purported goal of religions to make us good people, forgiving and mindful of our own sins?< Less
Islam and Jihad is a Terrorist By DF Hansson
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modern day means, methods and expressions of Islamic terrorism were formulated in the 19th century. The Wahhabi movement, an Arabian fundamentalist movement that formed in the 18th century, began to... More > establish a broad following during the 1800s and gradually inspired other fundamentalist movements during the 20th century. Waves of spiritually and politically motivated terrorist movements in Europe during the 1800s as inspirations and models which would inspire the Islamists over the course of the 20th century and beyond.< Less
Irrationalistic Islam is susceptive to the world By DF Hansson
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the Koran represents the uncorrupted word of God, “constant, immaculate, unalterable and inimitable.” It was transmitted to man through Muhammad, a prosperous Meccan merchant who received... More > it via the angel Gabriel as a series of verse revelations between 610 and his death in 632. Uneducated and illiterate, Muhammad committed these revelations to memory before reciting them to his followers, who memorized them verbatim in turn. The killing of hundreds of these “memorizers” in the battle of Yamama in 633 alerted his successor as Muslim leader, the first caliph, Abu Bakr, to the danger that the revelations could be lost. He therefore gathered all available sources into a loose compilation called the suhuf which was then used by the third caliph, Uthman, to produce in the mid-650s a standardized text of the Koran. Copies were sent to Islamic communities with orders that all other versions be destroyed. Muslims believe this Uthmanic recension is the Koran as we have it today.< Less

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