The debate "Christians who have a go at Muslims for having a book that says to kill are hypocrites" was started by
April 5, 2016, 1:36 am.
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The debate is whether Christians are hypocrites for saying islam have a book that says to kill, not whether Mohammed was a sinner.
well jesus did not do anything brutal i assure you muhammad did every sin that is present in the world you can call him the biggest sinner in history
read Deuteronomy 13 and 17
Muhammad lived in the 7 century ad a time when christianity was well spread
read this lier http://library.islamweb.net/newlibrary/display_book.php?idfrom=2300&idto=2300&bk_no=50&ID=2312
the Quran was written before Christianity existed...
don't lie on people the quran says that Christians and jews must pay the jizya while being humilated
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no they shouldn't be addressed as apart a whole group, because its a religion for everyone to join, they should be addressed as they own group of extremists radicals, like kkk they all white, should we say that whities are this and that, or should we addressed them as they own group like we should do with Isis, and not call them Islamist radicals generalizing them with rest, like calling kkk christianist.
Islam in general is against what you mentioned.
I understand that, but they claim to be Muslim the same way the KKK claims to speak for Christianity. Neither embodies values that the greater community would support, but as they identify as part of that group they must be addressed as part of the group.
As to Islam itself being against the things I had mentioned, are both Shia and Sunni Muslims?
Psychdave, everything you mentioned Islam is against, like I mentioned before there is a confusion and misconceptions because of groups of crazy pissed off at the world (individuals) that misrepresented Islam.
It's not as big of a distinction as you would think. The Catholic Church has many saints who were martyred. The biggest distinction that I see between the churches is age. Islam is now going through the same kind of growing pains that Christianity went through several hundred years ago. Sectarian violence, intolerance of different faiths, and forced conversion have all happened in Christianity, just not as recently.
Wrong! it clearly states:
whoever kills a person (unjustly )...it's as though he hads killed all of mankind, and whoever saves a person.. it's as though he had saved all mankind (quran, 5:32)
It would seem like that your the one who is purposely trying to deceive if you r
really knew Arabic fedi.
And the main problem in the world is not Islam, it's the deceivers like yourself, and and misconceptions about Islam. But a larger problem is poverty and war.
Where you from? Palestine
well those who are naive and disregard history are doing a big mistake the fact is islam is the main problem of the world
wrong the word in arabic is believer and not innocent don't change the words for it only means not to kill believers in islam and not innocent people hey you can not cheat someone in the middle east
Those whom heart has darkened will never be enlightened
All true Muslims will tell you that anyone that kills an innocent its like if had killed all of humanity, it's against Islamic teachings.
defend your family
defend your inheritance
defend your land
if your are killed while doing any of these you're considered a martyrdom.
It's amazing how you know so much history about Islam and not about Christianity, if you want to make a comparison between both religions you'll find Christianity being more violent, and the crusades is one of the examples.
well agnostics saying that islam is the religion of peace are a group of liers secondly those who say that christianity is as violent as islam are people who have no idea about the history of islam because was a religion designed to wage war history proves that
There are perfectly valid criticisms of the Koran. There are also perfectly good ways to differentiate it from Christianity and even make a judgement call about which is "worse". However, citing reasons to kill is a very poor argument.
I'm surprised that more Christians aren't going after the Martyrdom verses in the Koran. This is a true distinction between Christianity and Islam which actually has a significant ideological effect.