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Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

#1 Mar 22, 2013
Qaradawi basically admits that Islam has no merits in its teaching compared to other religions that don't rely on threats of killing.

"Death and Fear are at Center of Islamic Society"

The most influential Sunni leader in the Middle East has just admitted what many of us who grew up as Muslims in the Middle East have always known: that Islam could not exist today without the killing of apostates.

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, head of the Muslim Brotherhood and one of the most respected leaders of the Sunni world, recently said on Egyptian television,“If they [Muslims] had gotten rid of the punishment [often death] for apostasy, Islam would not exist today.”

The most striking thing about his statement, however, was that it was not an apology; it was a logical, proud justification for preserving the death penalty as a punishment for apostasy. Al-Qaradawi sounded matter-of-fact, indicating no moral conflict, nor even hesitation, about this policy in Islam. On the contrary, he asserted the legitimacy of Islamic laws in relying on vigilante street justice through fear, intimidation, torture and murder against any person who might dare to leave Islam.

Many critics of Islam agree with Sheikh Qaradawi, that Islam could not have survived after the death of the prophet Mohammed if it were not for the killing, torturing, beheading and burning alive of thousands of people — making examples of them to others who might wish to venture outside Islam. From its inception until today, Islam has never considered this policy inappropriate, let alone immoral. In a recent poll, 84% of Egyptians agree with the death penalty for apostates; and we see no moderate Muslim movement against this law. That 1.2 billion Muslims appear comfortable with such a command sheds light on the nature of Islam.

Unlike Americans, who understand basic principles of their constitution, most Muslims have no clue about the basic laws of their religion. Most Muslims choose ignorance over knowledge when it comes to Islam, and often refuse to comment negatively out of fear of being accused of apostasy. While in the West it is considered a virtue to try to understand one’s religion, ask questions about it and make choices accordingly, in the Muslim world doing the same thing is the ultimate sin punishable by death. What the West prides itself on, is a crime under Islamic law.

The main concern of Muslim citizens in any Islamic state is staying safe, alive and away from being accused of doing or saying anything against Islamic teachings. In such an atmosphere of fear and distrust, harm can come not only from the government, but from friends, neighbors and even family members, who are protected from prosecution for killing anyone they regard as an apostate.

It is not a coincidence that Muslim countries have the highest rate of illiteracy and that they lack education: in an Islamic culture that criminalizes not only apostasy, but also asking questions or doubting, ignorance is a virtue that protects you.

The Islamic and Judeo-Christian cultures are polar opposites when it comes to value systems and moral compasses — the core divisions between Islamic and Western morality. No religion other than Islam kills those who leave it — probably a sign of Islamic leaders’ lack of confidence in Islam’s ability to survive among other religions that do not kill to keep their followers in line.

In a different Egyptian television show on the “Al-Tahrir” channel, in a discussion of Islamic textbooks from Al-Azhar — the world’s premier Islamic University, in Cairo — students were told that “any Muslim, without permission of the ruler, can kill and barbeque a murtad [apostate] and eat him.”

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http://sheikyermami.com/2013/02/09/qaradawi-c...

www.mrctv.org/videos/al-qaradawi-importance-d...

www.youtube.com/watch...
John

Australia

#2 Mar 22, 2013
The most horrifying thing about the muztards is that they know how evil they are.
They prefer to serve evil.
Sick.
mahmoud

Windsor, Canada

#3 Mar 22, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
Qaradawi basically admits that Islam has no merits in its teaching compared to other religions that don't rely on threats of killing.
"Death and Fear are at Center of Islamic Society"
The most influential Sunni leader in the Middle East has just admitted what many of us who grew up as Muslims in the Middle East have always known: that Islam could not exist today without the killing of apostates.
Yusuf al-Qaradawi, head of the Muslim Brotherhood and one of the most respected leaders of the Sunni world, recently said on Egyptian television,“If they [Muslims] had gotten rid of the punishment [often death] for apostasy, Islam would not exist today.”
The most striking thing about his statement, however, was that it was not an apology; it was a logical, proud justification for preserving the death penalty as a punishment for apostasy. Al-Qaradawi sounded matter-of-fact, indicating no moral conflict, nor even hesitation, about this policy in Islam. On the contrary, he asserted the legitimacy of Islamic laws in relying on vigilante street justice through fear, intimidation, torture and murder against any person who might dare to leave Islam.
Many critics of Islam agree with Sheikh Qaradawi, that Islam could not have survived after the death of the prophet Mohammed if it were not for the killing, torturing, beheading and burning alive of thousands of people — making examples of them to others who might wish to venture outside Islam. From its inception until today, Islam has never considered this policy inappropriate, let alone immoral. In a recent poll, 84% of Egyptians agree with the death penalty for apostates; and we see no moderate Muslim movement against this law. That 1.2 billion Muslims appear comfortable with such a command sheds light on the nature of Islam.
Unlike Americans, who understand basic principles of their constitution, most Muslims have no clue about the basic laws of their religion. Most Muslims choose ignorance over knowledge when it comes to Islam, and often refuse to comment negatively out of fear of being accused of apostasy. While in the West it is considered a virtue to try to understand one’s religion, ask questions about it and make choices accordingly, in the Muslim world doing the same thing is the ultimate sin punishable by death. What the West prides itself on, is a crime under Islamic law.
The main concern of Muslim citizens in any Islamic state is staying safe, alive and away from being accused of doing or saying anything against Islamic teachings. In such an atmosphere of fear and distrust, harm can come not only from the government, but from friends, neighbors and even family members, who are protected from prosecution for killing anyone they regard as an apostate.
It is not a coincidence that Muslim countries have the highest rate of illiteracy and that they lack education: in an Islamic culture that criminalizes not only apostasy, but also asking questions or doubting, ignorance is a virtue that protects you.
The Islamic and Judeo-Christian cultures are polar opposites when it comes to value systems and moral compasses — the core divisions between Islamic and Western morality. No religion other than Islam kills those who leave it — probably a sign of Islamic leaders’ lack of confidence in Islam’s ability to survive among other religions that do not kill to keep their followers in line.
In a different Egyptian television show on the “Al-Tahrir” channel, in a discussion of Islamic textbooks from Al-Azhar — the world’s premier Isl
This is true , I had to escape from my own country for leaving Islam .
mahmoud

Windsor, Canada

#4 Mar 22, 2013
John wrote:
The most horrifying thing about the muztards is that they know how evil they are.
They prefer to serve evil.
Sick.
brainwashing is heavy back there , kids are forced to recite the quran backward and forward rather than learning about science and mathematics . The whole education system there is built on propaganda , myth and conspiracy theories . This is in addition to the heavy censorship and persecution of any voices that oppose Islamic theocracy .

Since: Apr 12

Walnut Creek, CA

#5 Mar 22, 2013
Gore silent after al-Jazeera airs Qaradawi show affirming death penalty for leaving Islam
This is no surprise, For a Leftist like Al Gore, a Muslim like Qaradawi, even when he is calling for the murder of innocent people, is a non-white non-Christian non-Westerner, which means that he can do no wrong.

An update on this story. "Gore, Current silent as cleric affirms death penalty for leaving Islam on Al-Jazeera," by Nicole Lafond for the Daily Caller, February 12:

Aides to former Democratic Vice President Al Gore have failed to respond to a recent Al-Jazeera TV broadcast, in which a top imam affirmed the death penalty for anyone who quits Islam.
Gore sold his Current TV network to Al-Jazeera, which now plans to extend its broadcast into the United States this summer, according to Ashok Sinha, vice president of corporate communications at Current TV/Al-Jazeera America.

Gore reportedly sold Current TV for $500 million and endorsed Al-Jazeera’s news programs.

Western critics of Islam highlighted a recent broadcast of the network’s regular “Shariah and Life” show, which has an estimated audience of 60 million viewers worldwide.

The show’s host is Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a prominent Sunni Islamic cleric.

He declared that Islam’s mandated death-penalty for apostasy has kept Islam alive since the 1400s.“If they had gotten rid of the apostasy punishment Islam wouldn’t exist today,” Qaradawi said on the show.

Qaradawi cited specific verses and narrations by Islam’s prophet, Muhammad, and the recorded testimony of his companions, that mandate the death penalty for anyone who tries to leave Islam.

“Surah Al-Ma’idah 5:33 says:‘The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His apostle is that they should be murdered or crucified,’” Qaradawi quoted on his show.

“And many hadiths, not only one or two, but many, narrated by a number of Muhammad’s companions state that any apostate should be killed. Ibn ‘Abbas’s hadith:‘Kill whomever changes his faith [from Islam].’”

Those punishments are still applied in modern days. In early January, an Egyptian court sentenced a widow and her seven children to 15 years in jail for converting from Islam to Christianity, Fox News reported....

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2013/02/gore-silent...

Since: Apr 12

Walnut Creek, CA

#6 Mar 22, 2013
mahmoud wrote:
This is true , I had to escape from my own country for leaving Islam.
Good for you to have escaped... I imagine it was hard for you to have to leave everything behind, and perhaps relationships?

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#7 Mar 23, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
Qaradawi basically admits that Islam has no merits in its teaching compared to other religions that don't rely on threats of killing.
Liar, you deliberately twisted what he said. He was referring to an occasion happened in the 7th century shortly after the prophet's death. Muslim population was tiny back then and many tribes left Islam and rebelled against the prophet's successor so he fought them. If he didn't fight them, Qaradawi thinks Islam wouldn;t exist today. Did you get it now?
Qaradwai is against killing apostates. Because apostates can come back to Islam one day and be saved from hell.

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#8 Mar 23, 2013
"I found another verse in the Quran that dealt with apostates.

Noble Verse 4:137 "Those who believe, then reject faith, then believe (again) and (again) reject faith, and go on increasing in unbelief,- Allah will not forgive them nor guide them nor guide them on the way."

Notice that the Quran says those who reject faith and then BELIEVE and again DISBELIEVE. if a Muslim rejects faith and is then killed for doing so how will he live to again BELIEVE and then DISBELIEVE.

The atmosphere of this verse is that of free will and freedom of choice to everyone. If Allah wanted he would have said something about the punishment, if there was any, of those who reject Islam after accepting it. but Allah takes this to be clearly a private matter between them and Allah."

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#9 Mar 23, 2013
Verse 5:54

"O ye who believe! If any from among you turn back from his faith, soon will God produce a people whom He (God) will love as they will love Him lowly with the believers, Mighty against the rejecters, fighting in the way of God, and never afraid of the reproachers of such as find fault. That is the Grace of God which He will bestow on whom He (God) pleaseth. And God encompasseth all, and He knoweth all things."

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#10 Mar 23, 2013
Sarah ___ wrote:
Verse 5:54
"O ye who believe! If any from among you turn back from his faith, soon will God produce a people whom He (God) will love as they will love Him lowly with the believers, Mighty against the rejecters, fighting in the way of God, and never afraid of the reproachers of such as find fault. That is the Grace of God which He will bestow on whom He (God) pleaseth. And God encompasseth all, and He knoweth all things."
The Quran verfies that Christians are the true believers.
Quran Surah 19:33

“not that tom!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#11 Mar 23, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
Qaradawi basically admits that Islam has no merits in its teaching compared to other religions that don't rely on threats of killing.
"Death and Fear are at Center of Islamic Society"
The most influential Sunni leader in the Middle East has just admitted what many of us who grew up as Muslims in the Middle East have always known: that Islam could not exist today without the killing of apostates.
Yusuf al-Qaradawi, head of the Muslim Brotherhood and one of the most respected leaders of the Sunni world, recently said on Egyptian television,“If they [Muslims] had gotten rid of the punishment [often death] for apostasy, Islam would not exist today.”
The most striking thing about his statement, however, was that it was not an apology; it was a logical, proud justification for preserving the death penalty as a punishment for apostasy. Al-Qaradawi sounded matter-of-fact, indicating no moral conflict, nor even hesitation, about this policy in Islam. On the contrary, he asserted the legitimacy of Islamic laws in relying on vigilante street justice through fear, intimidation, torture and murder against any person who might dare to leave Islam.
Many critics of Islam agree with Sheikh Qaradawi, that Islam could not have survived after the death of the prophet Mohammed if it were not for the killing, torturing, beheading and burning alive of thousands of people — making examples of them to others who might wish to venture outside Islam. From its inception until today, Islam has never considered this policy inappropriate, let alone immoral. In a recent poll, 84% of Egyptians agree with the death penalty for apostates; and we see no moderate Muslim movement against this law. That 1.2 billion Muslims appear comfortable with such a command sheds light on the nature of Islam.
Unlike Americans, who understand basic principles of their constitution, most Muslims have no clue about the basic laws of their religion. Most Muslims choose ignorance over knowledge when it comes to Islam, and often refuse to comment negatively out of fear of being accused of apostasy. While in the West it is considered a virtue to try to understand one’s religion, ask questions about it and make choices accordingly, in the Muslim world doing the same thing is the ultimate sin punishable by death. What the West prides itself on, is a crime under Islamic law.
The main concern of Muslim citizens in any Islamic state is staying safe, alive and away from being accused of doing or saying anything against Islamic teachings. In such an atmosphere of fear and distrust, harm can come not only from the government, but from friends, neighbors and even family members, who are protected from prosecution for killing anyone they regard as an apostate.
It is not a coincidence that Muslim countries have the highest rate of illiteracy and that they lack education: in an Islamic culture that criminalizes not only apostasy, but also asking questions or doubting, ignorance is a virtue that protects you.
The Islamic and Judeo-Christian cultures are polar opposites when it comes to value systems and moral compasses — the core divisions between Islamic and Western morality. No religion other than Islam kills those who leave it — probably a sign of Islamic leaders’ lack of confidence in Islam’s ability to survive among other religions that do not kill to keep their followers in line.
In a different Egyptian television show on the “Al-Tahrir” channel, in a discussion of Islamic textbooks from Al-Azhar — the world’s premier Islamic University, in Cairo — students were told that “any Muslim, without permission of the ruler, can kill and barbeque a murtad [apostate] and eat him.”
...

www.youtube.com/watch...
A good read - Thanks.
It's quite noticeable though.. how many leave Islam when they move to the West.

(sorry, i had to snip your post for my reply)

“not that tom!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#12 Mar 23, 2013
Sarah ___ wrote:
"I found another verse in the Quran that dealt with apostates.
Noble Verse 4:137 "Those who believe, then reject faith, then believe (again) and (again) reject faith, and go on increasing in unbelief,- Allah will not forgive them nor guide them nor guide them on the way."
Notice that the Quran says those who reject faith and then BELIEVE and again DISBELIEVE. if a Muslim rejects faith and is then killed for doing so how will he live to again BELIEVE and then DISBELIEVE.
The atmosphere of this verse is that of free will and freedom of choice to everyone. If Allah wanted he would have said something about the punishment, if there was any, of those who reject Islam after accepting it. but Allah takes this to be clearly a private matter between them and Allah."
It's not just the verses it's the interpretation of them too!
mahmoud

Windsor, Canada

#13 Mar 23, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
<quoted text>
Good for you to have escaped... I imagine it was hard for you to have to leave everything behind, and perhaps relationships?
Yeah it was not easy especially when your life is at threat , regardless of losing all my friends and relatives but at least now I feel free from Islam , it was more like a cancer on my body .

Since: Apr 12

Walnut Creek, CA

#15 Mar 24, 2013
mahmoud wrote:
Yeah it was not easy especially when your life is at threat , regardless of losing all my friends and relatives but at least now I feel free from Islam , it was more like a cancer on my body .
I'm glad you're now free from the cancer of Islam.

I remember posting this:

www.topix.com/forum/religion/islam/T5433T13HR...
Just Me wrote:
Speaking of Timothy Abraham, I have a link to his interview, pretty touching in the end when he couldn't control his sadness and cried (his family disowned him)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =gnlJQwSfajgXX&feature=rel ated
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
A once zealous muslim brotherhood guy who memorized Quran at young age, later left Islam for christianity, found himself disowned by his family and lost his friends. He was very emotional at the end which shows how such experience have hurt him deeply. I know you're an atheist while Timothy converted to christianity, but you share the same experience of being rejected by your community.... sadly, by just being honest to yourself.

btw, one of the original YouTube links above is broken, so I found the new links (clearer as well) just in case you're interested in watching the interview:

Part 1:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Part 2:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
mahmoud

Windsor, Canada

#16 Mar 24, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad you're now free from the cancer of Islam.
I remember posting this:
www.topix.com/forum/religion/islam/T5433T13HR...
<quoted text>
A once zealous muslim brotherhood guy who memorized Quran at young age, later left Islam for christianity, found himself disowned by his family and lost his friends. He was very emotional at the end which shows how such experience have hurt him deeply. I know you're an atheist while Timothy converted to christianity, but you share the same experience of being rejected by your community.... sadly, by just being honest to yourself.
btw, one of the original YouTube links above is broken, so I found the new links (clearer as well) just in case you're interested in watching the interview:
Part 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =a6MdiH3u5N8XX
Part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I dont believe in any religion , but anyway its your right to preach about your own religion as long as its done peacefully . At the end of the day christians dont kill those who chose to abandon christianity.

At least christians , hindus and jews have reformed their own religions as time passed and adopted liberal values , unlike muslims still stock with Islamic theocracy from 1600 years ago .

Arabs are the worst kind of muslims , these guys have been badly fucked up . If you recall 9/11 the 20 attacker were arabs and 16 came from saudi arabia .

Saudi Arabia is the root of all evil , if someone ends their oil revenues then terrorism will cease to exist , as they are the main financial backers of such activities .
mahmoud

Windsor, Canada

#17 Mar 24, 2013
Rusty Tin Can wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad you're now free from the cancer of Islam.
I remember posting this:
www.topix.com/forum/religion/islam/T5433T13HR...
<quoted text>
A once zealous muslim brotherhood guy who memorized Quran at young age, later left Islam for christianity, found himself disowned by his family and lost his friends. He was very emotional at the end which shows how such experience have hurt him deeply. I know you're an atheist while Timothy converted to christianity, but you share the same experience of being rejected by your community.... sadly, by just being honest to yourself.
btw, one of the original YouTube links above is broken, so I found the new links (clearer as well) just in case you're interested in watching the interview:
Part 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =a6MdiH3u5N8XX
Part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I have read both the bible and Quran , both books are full of shit , hatred and crap , but the difference Christians dont take the bible for granted and many know that the bible has been manipulated and rather just chose to believe in the peaceful teachings of Jesus and rejecting the old testament .

On the other hand muslims believe that every single word in Quran is true and never questioned the intolerance it has towards non muslims and also the Jihad theocracy teaching . The worst thing about Islam is Jihad , it has no limits or rules on how to control their killing machine along with sharia law of course another horrible set of code system that discriminates against women , non muslims and even non arabs .

The life of Muhammed himself was not the kind of life a supposedly a man of god should take like marrying tons of women , harassing children " aysha case " and enslaving women .

The quran has its own share of hatred , but nothing compared to sunnah books of bukhari and muslim . These books documented in detail the life of muhammed, filled with disgusting quotes about how muhammed dealt with his women and other people .

Arabic is my first language so gratefully I had the chance to read quran in its native language and bukhari .

If Islam was just a religion then we would have not any problem , but the worst thing is it demands muslims to take over the world through Jihad .

Even though I lost any hope for Arabs to start being humans again but perhaps after they see the failure of Islamic groups in running their countries they might start questioning the ability of islamic theocracy in solving their poverty and economic problems .

Arabs still need at least another 100 years to start behaving like humans and respecting their own women .

1600 years of brain washing , incest interbreeding " marrying their cousins etc " and propaganda has ruined the average arab muslim ability to think and differentiate between good or bad .

I remember an event lately when ahmadi najad president of iran , even though he is a filthy hateful zealot but when he attended hugo chavez funeral , he cried and hugged hugo chavez mother , back in iran muslim clerks bashed ahmadi najad and called him a sinner and a zealot for hugging a 75 years old women who lost her son .

This is what islam is all about Jihad and hatred , it has no place for humanism .
Onelawfo

London, UK

#18 Mar 24, 2013
Sarah ___ wrote:
<quoted text>Liar, you deliberately twisted what he said. He was referring to an occasion happened in the 7th century shortly after the prophet's death. Muslim population was tiny back then and many tribes left Islam and rebelled against the prophet's successor so he fought them. If he didn't fight them, Qaradawi thinks Islam wouldn;t exist today. Did you get it now?
Qaradwai is against killing apostates. Because apostates can come back to Islam one day and be saved from hell.
If a religion has to rely on killing people to keep it together then it does not deserve the name religion. It is just a political party because the same could be said of the Nazi Party or the Communist Party.
If people leave a religion it is for their god to punish them not man.
Onelawforall

London, UK

#19 Mar 24, 2013
Sarah ___ wrote:
"I found another verse in the Quran that dealt with apostates.
Noble Verse 4:137 "Those who believe, then reject faith, then believe (again) and (again) reject faith, and go on increasing in unbelief,- Allah will not forgive them nor guide them nor guide them on the way."
Notice that the Quran says those who reject faith and then BELIEVE and again DISBELIEVE. if a Muslim rejects faith and is then killed for doing so how will he live to again BELIEVE and then DISBELIEVE.
The atmosphere of this verse is that of free will and freedom of choice to everyone. If Allah wanted he would have said something about the punishment, if there was any, of those who reject Islam after accepting it. but Allah takes this to be clearly a private matter between them and Allah."
here's another verse from rBukhari which confirms the punishment for apostasy.

Ali burnt some people and this news reached Ibn 'Abbas, who said, "Had I been in his place I would not have burnt them, as the Prophet said,'Don't punish (anybody) with Allah's Punishment.' No doubt, I would have killed them, for the Prophet said,'If somebody (a Muslim) discards his religion, kill him.' "
Bukhari 52:260

If the punishment was not correct then why are apostates punished, sometimes with death, in pratically every muslim country?
Onelawforall

London, UK

#20 Mar 24, 2013
Sarah ___ wrote:
Notice that the Quran says those who reject faith and then BELIEVE and again DISBELIEVE. if a Muslim rejects faith and is then killed for doing so how will he live to again BELIEVE and then DISBELIEVE.
The atmosphere of this verse is that of free will and freedom of choice to everyone. If Allah wanted he would have said something about the punishment, if there was any, of those who reject Islam after accepting it. but Allah takes this to be clearly a private matter between them and Allah."
Incorrect. What hapepens to an apostate is that he is given a chance to repent and convert back to Islam. If he refuses then he is punished. It depends upon which Islamic school you want to follow but all say the apostate is punished. And they are all learned muslims.

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#21 Mar 24, 2013
mahmoud wrote:
<quoted text>
I have read both the bible and Quran , both books are full of shit , hatred and crap , but the difference Christians dont take the bible for granted and many know that the bible has been manipulated and rather just chose to believe in the peaceful teachings of Jesus and rejecting the old testament .
On the other hand muslims believe that every single word in Quran is true and never questioned the intolerance it has towards non muslims and also the Jihad theocracy teaching . The worst thing about Islam is Jihad , it has no limits or rules on how to control their killing machine along with sharia law of course another horrible set of code system that discriminates against women , non muslims and even non arabs .
The life of Muhammed himself was not the kind of life a supposedly a man of god should take like marrying tons of women , harassing children " aysha case " and enslaving women .
The quran has its own share of hatred , but nothing compared to sunnah books of bukhari and muslim . These books documented in detail the life of muhammed, filled with disgusting quotes about how muhammed dealt with his women and other people .
Arabic is my first language so gratefully I had the chance to read quran in its native language and bukhari .
If Islam was just a religion then we would have not any problem , but the worst thing is it demands muslims to take over the world through Jihad .
Even though I lost any hope for Arabs to start being humans again but perhaps after they see the failure of Islamic groups in running their countries they might start questioning the ability of islamic theocracy in solving their poverty and economic problems .
Arabs still need at least another 100 years to start behaving like humans and respecting their own women .
1600 years of brain washing , incest interbreeding " marrying their cousins etc " and propaganda has ruined the average arab muslim ability to think and differentiate between good or bad .
I remember an event lately when ahmadi najad president of iran , even though he is a filthy hateful zealot but when he attended hugo chavez funeral , he cried and hugged hugo chavez mother , back in iran muslim clerks bashed ahmadi najad and called him a sinner and a zealot for hugging a 75 years old women who lost her son .
This is what islam is all about Jihad and hatred , it has no place for humanism .
Christianity doesn't reject the Old Testament. The Old Testament and New Testament go hand in hand. The OT is a foundation for the NT, the OT has prophecies of what is to come in the NT etc...

The harsh punishments for sins of the OT changed because of Christ's offering of grace, mercy and forgiveness in the NT. The Bible, the gospel of Christ is really quite simple.

http://www.gotquestions.org/difference-old-ne...

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