Did Muhammad EVER teach its Followers to KILL people?

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  1. Shadesbreath profile image79
    Shadesbreathposted 12 years ago

    What's up with all the trolls on HP today? Sheesh.

  2. arksys profile image84
    arksysposted 12 years ago

    He was definitely a man of peace, and i agree that someone needs to teach the terrorists the real Islam.

  3. Farhan Saeed profile image59
    Farhan Saeedposted 12 years ago

    Can i ask you a question. Is the war on terrorism really a peaceful progression. Do you think every Muslim is a terrorist. If I say that 9/11 was done by Muslims and killed 3000 people. How many people were killed in Iraq, Afghanistan, pakistan .Millions of them. Is that equation equal.

    Why the name muslim is mentioned when a crime is done by him. Is this not a propoganda against Islam.
    if the same crime is done by a jew or christian, he is not mentioned by religion. He is mentioned by his name or whatever human being.
    Does Jesus (PBUH) teaches you that if a person kills one person, kill the whole of the people belonging to that religion or society. the answer is "No". None of the prophets have ever taught such kind of things. Nor prophet Muhammad nor Jesus nor Moses.
    I think USA should think what Human Rights are they talking about and how much they are following the rights.
    the war on vietnam, Hiroshima, Nagasaki "Were they all belonging to Muslim community. "Were they terrorist". Again answer is NO. But what USA has done was a massacre and you know what "USA IS THE BIGGEST TERRORIST OF ALL TIME"

    1. Farhan Saeed profile image59
      Farhan Saeedposted 12 years agoin reply to this


    2. daughterson profile image73
      daughtersonposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      You made some good points until you got to the end and let your anger get the better of your argument.  You cannot put Vietnam, Hiroshima and Nagasaki all in the same category.  First of all Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and during the war the Japanese were put into camps in California.  When people are afraid they do not behave nicely.  I agree Muslims should not be singled out and it is true many home grown terrorist are Christians.  Your last statement shows as much fear, ignorance and anger as you are accusing others -- that kind of talk in your last paragraph just reinforces the idea of an angry Muslim.  If you want to make that argument get your facts straight.
      If you look at the history of the World the USA is not the biggest terrorist of all time.  Natzi Germany and Stalin would be hard to beat. 
      The USA may not be perfect but as a people we try to be fair.  Like I said fear does not bring out the best in anyone.
      I agree that Muslims should not be singled out -- I do not like the attempts to make people fear Muslims -- I agree it is not fair, but you are not helping your argument screaming "USA IS THE BIGGEST TERRORIST OF ALL TIME"  How is a statement like that going to make people feel safe about you.

      1. Disappearinghead profile image61
        Disappearingheadposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        However, it appears to me that the USA was the first to turn terrorism into a massive cooperate enterprise and an opportunity for those that bankroll the political system To make an obscene amount of money.

        1. daughterson profile image73
          daughtersonposted 12 years agoin reply to this

          I cannot disagree with that.  Haliburton made a fortune from Iraq.  Even so I believe the question was why are Christians and Islam driven in some circumstances to violence, and again I say it is because religion is to protect the culture -- it has little to do with the spiritual connection to God, although it can help people in their spiritual quest but when the culture, world view, is threatened violence is always an option.  The culture must be protected at all cost.  Love thy neighbor flies out the window.  This threat of culture is one reason Americans fear Muslims and vice versa.

      2. Farhan Saeed profile image59
        Farhan Saeedposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        hmmmmm.... so man what about the countries having nuclear weapons for their defence. If USA develops a nuclear weapon it is for peace and when countries like pakistan, iran and Korea devlop the same, it is terrorism and said to be in unsafe hands. None of the above mentioned countries have ever used these weapons. It is just USA who is using it for peaceful purpose. A peaceful purpose that kills millions of innocent people. My question is .................
        Is that justifying USA???  And the campaign of USA to end terrorism by spreading terrorism.

        1. Farhan Saeed profile image59
          Farhan Saeedposted 12 years agoin reply to this

          Have you ever met Muslims. Please tell me any kind of terrorism in them, you may have some of the muslim friends if you are not a biased and racist.

          1. Farhan Saeed profile image59
            Farhan Saeedposted 12 years agoin reply to this

            ok if japan had attacked pearl harbor, USA had the urge to take revenge. But can you tell me about the war on vietnam. And also what about War in iraq, afghanistan and pakistan.
            USA should change its statement from War on Terrorism to "War Against Muslims"

            1. Captain Redbeard profile image60
              Captain Redbeardposted 12 years agoin reply to this

              I'm not throwing stones but there are radical groups in those middle eastern countries that have mushroom clouds on their flags and threaten to drop said bomb on America once they have the capacity, North Korea says the same. Their intent is to kill once they have it, Americas sit in a silos. But just we are clear, I am against the development of that kind of weapon regardless of who you are or what country you are in.

              I have met Muslims and worked in a factory where I was one of 7 other Christian people in the plant, I made one friend there other then the other Christians that was a Muslim named Mamadoo. He was a cool guy and actual saved me from getting jumped in the parking lot by about 12 other Muslims because I had said I wanted to read the Quran to see what it said. The Muslims that over heard my conversation with Mamadoo got pissed because they said that I was trying to convert him and had no intention of reading the Quran for wisdom! They were ready to beat the crap out of me because I was talking about faith with a Muslim!! Sounds like violent faith based activity to me! Are all Muslims violent? No, but I had interaction with over 200, 30 personally and finding only 1 that was level headed, nonviolent, and interested in learning about Christianity and teaching me about his beliefs. That says something in my opinion.

              Is the "War on Terrorism" a scam, I think so since congress is stripping Americans of their rights to due process and can now be arrested indefinitely for suspicion of terrorism.

            2. daughterson profile image73
              daughtersonposted 12 years agoin reply to this

              Each of these wars were in different eras with a different set of problems.  I was not born during the second world war.  It was complex and terrible.  I did not approve of vietnam or the war on Iraq.  I also don't want to see war with Iran.  I think it is sad that there is so much hatred in the world.

  4. Mathew James profile image77
    Mathew Jamesposted 12 years ago

    The three major religions are Jews, Christians, and Islam.  The budda has no religion.  The most violent have been the Christians.

    1. Captain Redbeard profile image60
      Captain Redbeardposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Well that's pretty frigg'n debatable since the christian religion has only been around for hardly 2000 years and wars with Jews and Muslims were happening long before Christ.

  5. secularist10 profile image61
    secularist10posted 12 years ago

    "Hinduism to too gullible to be taken into account."

    Haha. Riiiighht. As if people who believe a man died and rose from the dead are not gullible.

  6. siefzagh profile image59
    siefzaghposted 12 years ago

    In fact, Mohammed did not teach his followers to kill he has taught them tolerance, but on the other hand he has taught them not to settle for humiliation or bow their heads to those who have occupied their lands and killed their children and women under the pretext of freedom where is the freedom ? so they tried to regain their freedom by themselves.....

    1. arksys profile image84
      arksysposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      well said siefzagh ... agree with you 100%.

  7. Mahmo profile image60
    Mahmoposted 12 years ago

    EXCELLENT Mr. Farhan Seed and Mr.siefzagh.The persons who post these questions are sick and need to be treated with your sharp pens.

    http://www.google.com/imgres?q=imperial … 9,r:7,s:10

  8. Captain Redbeard profile image60
    Captain Redbeardposted 12 years ago

    Isn't this one of those forums where by the end it's something like

    "Islam is full of murderers and child lovers!!"
    "If Jesus was real, he was gay and God is a ego maniac and I would rather burn in hell then bow at his throne!!"
    "I don't understand why were talking about fairy tale religions and false gods in the year 2011!!"

    ...........................blah blah blah


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