You know what, f*ck it. I'm gonna "explain" some of these "contradictions".More stupidity and lies.
Allah blesses the Children of Israel more than other believers; He has preferred them above all beings.
Contradiction: 3:33‑34 says Allah preferred Adam, Noah, the house of Abraham, and the house of Imran above all beings.
Allah parted the sea (Red sea); saved the Children of Israel (i.e., Moses’ people), and drowned Pharaoh in front of the eyes of the Children of Israel.
Contradiction: 10:90 says Pharaoh submitted to Islam.
Contradiction: 10:92 says Allah saved Pharaoh.
Despite their sins of idolatry, Allah forgave the people of Moses.
Contradiction: 2:63 says Allah raised the Mount Sinai above the Children of Israel and threatened them to submit to Him.
Contradiction: 7:152 says Allah punished them.
Then Allah asked the people of Moses to humbly enter a city (Jerusalem or Jericho—ibn Kathir) through its gate so that they could find all the provisions they needed for their sustenance.
Contradiction: Allah says in 7:137 He let Moses’ people inherit the land east and west, that is, the land of greater Syria.
Muslims/Jews/Christians/Sabian s—anyone who believes in Allah and the last Day and does a righteous deed will get rewards.
Contradiction: 9:17 says unbelievers will go to hell.
Contradiction: In 3:85 Allah says He only accepts Islam.
Contradiction: 4:150‑151 says Allah will severely punish those who deny Allah and Muhammad and those who separate Allah from His messengers.
Contradiction: in 5:33 Allah commands Muslims to Crucify or behead those who criticize Islam and Muhammad or do not convert to Islam.
want some more??? all written by muslims.
I don't see the problem. Did God need to mention all of them in one verse for it to be true for all of them?
Mentioning different groups in different verses isn't contradiction.
10:90 Pharaoh did submit to God, only it was after God had already merged the sea again. The f*cker died.
10:92 Not true. The verse says Pharaoh's "body" was saved. He was dead, but God preserved his body to convince Bani Israel he was dead.
Third one: He saved them, and then punished them for reasons you can look up. No contradictions here, just the order of how things happened.
Fourth one: the Land of East and West was never specified. It could have meant anything. Jerusalem is not that far from Syria anyways.
Fifth one: In 2:62 God says those who WERE Jews and Christians, as in before Islam came. No contradictions here.
5:33. What you have is completely BS. This is the real verse:
"Indeed, the penalty for those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and strive upon earth [to cause] corruption is none but that they be killed or crucified or that their hands and feet be cut off from opposite sides or that they be exiled from the land. That is for them a disgrace in this world; and for them in the Hereafter is a great punishment"
Nothing about criticism. Even Mohammed made mistakes and all Muslims knowledge that. We don't see Mohammed as a divine entity.
And this verse in particular was referring to the punishment of bandits.