I have given you the Islamic viewpoint on this topic with a quote from the Quran and also from Hadith's I do not know what else I can do. As far as your case study is concerned, I have said that it is frowned upon and discouraged to keep a dog inside your home that is probably why the members of the mosque are pressuring her to rid of it, but it is not once permissible to kill or abuse the animal as you had stated before.<quoted text>
That's a nice defense, but it isn't the reality of most Islamic belief today. I know a young girl in college who recently became Muslim. She has a little dog she keeps that she has raised for birth. The people in her mosque are constantly pressuring her to get rid of the dog because it is supposely against the teachings of the quran.
Now, if that is wrong, according to you, why should we trust any Muslim interpretation of the quran? What you say and what is being practiced are two different things.
And if what you say is true, then the quran is wrong when it says it has been written to be easily understood. The dog issue alone is proof of that.
Where has the Quran said it is easy to read? The Quran was revealed in Arabic 14 centuries ago and during this time the Arabic language has evolved and changed so much, that if you go to any Arabic speaking nation and try to speak according to the Quran no-one would understand you.