Why do you believe that islam is bad

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  1. Salah elayde profile image60
    Salah elaydeposted 2 years ago

    Why do you believe that islam is bad

    Islam is a peaceful religion


  2. Oztinato profile image61
    Oztinatoposted 2 years ago

    I don't believe Islam is bad.
    I believe politics is bad. Sometimes religions get hijacked by politics.

  3. bradmasterOCcal profile image39
    bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years ago

    Islam is bad for a number of reasons.
    First, because Mohammad a prophet couldn't foresee that if he didn't choose a successor his followers would kill each other over who he would have chosen as his successor.

    Second, because Mohammad in order to protect his religion inserted violence against the Infidels, that is everyone outside of Islam.

    Third, because Radicals chose Islam as their religion to base killing and injuring civilians, and not just military targets.

    Four, because Islam doesn't want to exist or even coexist in the 21st century. The people are trying to stay in Mid-evil times. The Middle East for the most part still contains the tribes and culture of the past.

    Five, The non violent part of Islam needs to make it clear that these radicals don't represent Islam. They do it now, but not in numbers and clear and uncertain terms. When Muslim Radicals Use Mosques and hiding behind Allah it is a problem for Islam.

    Six, Islam still treats women as second class. 72 Virgins for the Terrorists, really.

    1. Salah elayde profile image60
      Salah elaydeposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I will divide my opinion two parts

      Historical clues

      World war 2.  50000000 victims at least and that has no relation with islam

      World war 1 such as world war 2

      Religious evidence from quran

      ) Fight in the cause of Allah those who fi

    2. bradmasterOCcal profile image39
      bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      None of your comment relates to any of my comment. I gave them numbers, what numbers do you refer to in your comment?

  4. Salah elayde profile image60
    Salah elaydeposted 2 years ago

    Religious evidence from quran

    ) Fight in the cause of Allah those who fight you but do not transgress limits; for Allah loveth not transgressors.

    1. bradmasterOCcal profile image39
      bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      So that would include the Shiite fighting and killing the Sunnis?
      Allah to Allah?

    2. Salah elayde profile image60
      Salah elaydeposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I won't say anything more please search about what you said and about where you got thst

  5. tamarawilhite profile image89
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    1. Thousands of Muslim fundamentalist attacks around the world each year, a far higher rate than any other faith - and the violence IS per the Koran. Many verses calling for death of the infidel, death of those who will not convert to Islam, death to apostates and atheists and homosexuals.
    2. 90% of all honor killings are by Muslims, when they are only 30% of the world population. A faith whose members are three times more likely to kill wives and daughters is not a good one.
    3. Islam is violent as detailed in the Koran from the moment in Medina Mohammed was rejected by the Jews and called for their deaths if they didn't convert, as well as a hatred of everyone else who was not Muslim or subordinate to Muslims paying the dhimmi taxes and second class status. So all the violent acts from ISIS to Boko Haram to Urgyur terrorists in China are per the Koran and Mohammed's example. No other major religion was spread mostly by violence, and NO religion except Islam retains the supposed right to conquer the world.
    4. Many Muslims actively deny the violent portions of the Koran, though it is the majority of the book. And they deny the violent fundamentalists praising Allah, quoting the Koran and acting per the religion's founder's example are Muslim. This is a "no true Scotsman" logical fallacy, a convenient way to excuse it. This is is actually immoral, because it denies the part of the religion that needs to be reformed and contextualized (to say the violent verses were for then and there, not here and now).
    5. A large majority of Muslims according to Pew Polls agree with the most violent parts of the Koran like killing apostates (those born Muslim who convert to another faith), killing atheists, killing someone who commits adultery. And more than half of young Muslims n the West say they want Sharia law that mandates the murders I listed above as the law of their new homes. When the majority of a population supports overthrowing liberal secular government and ending human rights because its religion says so, that is a threat to civilization.

  6. stas karimov profile image61
    stas karimovposted 2 years ago

    I invented the formula of universal weapon. I invented universal weapon to stop all wars in the world. Did somebody said to me «thank you»? No, all just laughing at me. But you can laugh only  if you're alive!

    Islam is a religion of fanatics. A fanatic is not a bad person, he just does not understand what he are doing. Any fanatic has a leader!

    I am ready to die for Jesus Christ. Because Jesus Christ is God for me! Warriors of Islam do not think that I am their brother. You can not destroy all imperfect human beings on Earth - Adolf Hitler knows it!!!

    If all true believers on the Earth people will be together - they will be happy !!!!!

    Jesus Christ wants us to be happy. The devil wants to divide us. If you want to be killed - Islam is good for you. If you want to be happy in the world - Islam is bad for you.


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