Teachings of The Koran

Written By: CK Quarterman - Aug• 29•11

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What does the Koran have to say about Christians and Jews? Is the Koran a peaceful message? Not in your life!

4:47 (Shakir): O people of the Book (Jews and Christians)! Believe in what We have now revealed (The Qur’an), confirming your own scriptures, before We obliterate your faces and turn them backward, or lay Our curse on you as We laid Our curse on the Sabbath-breakers: and remember that Allah’s command is always executed.

Comment: Allah finds it necessary to threaten to murder and curse Jews and Christians. A person who’s “face is obliterated and turned backwards” has had his/her head beaten in and neck broken.

5:51 (Shakir): O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for [trusted] friends [as in supporters, helpers, protectors - auliya]; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.

Comment: Muslims are here expressly forbidden from taking Jews and Christian as trusted friends – to do so makes one an apostate and apostasy is punishable by death under Sharia law.

9:30 (Malik): The Jews say: “Uzair (Ezra) is the son of Allah,” and the Christians say: ” Messiah (Christ) is the son of Allah.” That is what they say with their mouths, imitating the sayings of the former unbelievers. May Allah destroy them! How perverted they are!

Comment: In this verse Allah prays to himself that he will destroy Jews and Christians and calls them “perverts”. This verse is another declaration of enmity between Allah and the other “abrahamic” faiths. See also 38:2. (I’m setting aside the lie towards the Jews in this verse and the absurdity of Allah praying to himself.)

98:6 (Pickthall): Those who disbelieve, among the People of the Scripture and the idolaters, will abide in fire of hell. They are the worst of created beings.

Comment: Yet again non-muslims are the worst (some translations say “lowest” or “vilest”) of created beings (or: men).

40:35 (Shakir): They [non-Muslims] who dispute the signs [Arabic “ayah” also means Koran verses] of Allah without authority having reached them are greatly hated by Allah and the believers. So Allah seals up every arrogant, disdainful heart.

Comment: This tells muslims to hate any non-muslim who argues with them about Islam and also states that non-Muslims have no “authority” to so argue. Does this explain the Islamic reaction to criticism?

Conclusion.

In summary the Koran teaches that non-muslims:

are declared by Allah to be his eternal enemies.

are declared by Allah to be the eternal enemies of muslims.

are cursed and hated by Allah.

are not “allowed” to argue with Muslims about Islam – and are to be hated (that’s twice over, once for just being non-Muslim and again for arguing) for daring so to do.

will be terrorised by Allah (perhaps referring to Christians in particular).

are Satan’s allies and minions.

are inherently evil, arrogant and perverted.

Are never “innocents”.

deserve punishment in this world for the sin of “khufr” – non-belief in Islam.

are not to be taken as trusted friends (this makes a Muslim an apostate).

cannot be trusted to uphold treaties or other obligations, so none should be made with them and Muslims are free from all obligations under such treaties.

are not to be protected, supported or helped.

are not to be obeyed by Muslims; (nor are laws, oaths, treaties etc made by or with non-Muslims).

are to have jihad (which includes war, though it is more than merely war) waged against them.

are to be shown no mercy.

are vile, unclean sub-human animals of the lowest sort whose mere touch defiles a Muslim.

There is no place in the Quran where Muhammad commands Muslims to love people of other religions. By contrast there are at least three dozen verses that tell Muslims to fight against non-Muslims and about 500 that speak of their place in Hell. They are from each period in Muhammad’s life, scattered across 87 of the Quran’s 114 chapters.

 

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