The Qur'an is really no different from the Bible in that regard and it's imbecilic to think so. Stellan Skarsgard condemned both as being equally violent, so why do you refuse to say that?<quoted text>
You are right, since violence is also part of human life, no religious text should ignore it.
Quran justifies violence to bring peace, justice and equity in the lands. It is violence to bring peace to the country.
In Bible the violence is justified so that a particular race gets sole possession of a piece of land which has become their Permanent Inheritance.
There is difference in the purpose of violence in Quran and Bible.
Unless you understand this, just saying that both preach violence is not correct.
Which is the country that does not has strong army? So every country is ready for violence? Is there any one condemning every country in the world?
Why then we pick up religious scriptures for criticism?
Jesus did not preach violence, how come his followers became the ultimate killing machines?
That, and it's really disgusting and horrific to say that just because the Qur'an mandates so then all violence is justified for "peace." How gullible you are...