Muhammad in the Quran, Vol. 4: Chapter 89

 

MORAL CODE OF THE QURAN, MUHAMMAD AND ISLAM

Every religion has a moral code. This code usually mirrors central points in the religion and the culture it represents. Most religions and normal cultures to a larger or smaller degree follow the basic rule for all good moral codes: "Do to others like you want others do to you". Or to quote Confucius: "Don't do to others what you don't want others do to you". (The first quote is more active, but the second one means the same.)

Being a religion of war (to call Islam like described in the Quran "the Religion of Peace", is not even a joke), the Quran, Muhammad, and Islam do not live up to this standard. The easiest to see points where it deviates from that rule are:

  1. Its acceptance of dishonesty as working tools (when it comes to defending or promoting Islam, even promoting it) - al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing) - deceit, betrayal, the disuse/breaking of words/promises/oaths (2/225, 3/54 (if Allah can cheat, cheating is ok), 5/89, 16/91, 66/2), etc. None of the other big religions has such rules about permitted use of dishonesty. (We have read that there was a small pagan religion in New Guinea which had somewhat similar rules.)
  2. Its acceptance of stealing and looting (actually looting just is a more accepted - at least in Islam - word for stealing) as long as it is done in the name of the god. "But (now) enjoy what ye took in war, lawful and good - - -" (8/69). The fact that it is done in the name of the god, makes this rule extra distasting - and the "lawful and good" here are perhaps the most distasteful words you will find in any moral code. You may find harsh points in many a religion, but as for being distasteful the fact that deeds like stealing, extortion, rape, slave taking, etc. for one thing should be done in the name of the god, and for another that it is lawful and good - especially the word "good" here is impressive - is difficult to beat. Personally we find this the most distasteful and revealing expression we have found in any of the big religions - perhaps paralleled by the law saying that a raped woman who cannot bring 4 male witnesses who actually saw the rape, shall be severely punished for indecency. It tells very much and is very revealing about the way of thinking and about moral reality in the Quran and in Islam.
  3. Its strong and active promoting of apartheid and suppression: Muslims on top, then Jews and Christians far below, and the others at the bottom. It is a strange fact that everybody making an apartheid ideology, always puts himself and his followers on top.

  4. Its acceptance of rape and of child sex - and for that case its treatment of women.
  5. It’s promoting and glorifying of murder, terror, and war as working tools.
  6. Its active acceptance of slave taking and slavery - Muhammad was big on slave taking and slave dealing (included giving captives away for slavery for bribes), and then it is morally ok. (If Islam ever gains world hegemony, slavery will reintroduce itself - any Muslim can follow Muhammad's good and morally correct conduct. (Of today's some 24 million slaves or people living in slave like condition according to UN, a good part is living in Muslim areas. Islam was forced backward into abolishing slavery by moral codes from the west.)

Like you see below, there are very, very many points on moral aspects which need a comment.

We may add that Jesus said: "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for that sums up the Law and the Prophets" (Matt. 7/12). It definitely does not sum up the sharia laws, and as it also very far from sums up the moral code of the Quran, Muhammad, and Islam, it at the same time is one of the strong proofs for that Jesus and Muhammad were not in the same religion. (This sentence from Jesus definitely does not sum up a man like Muhamad = one more clear indication for that Muhammad was no prophet, at least not in the tradition of the Jews or of Jesus.)

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#001 2/21c: "- - - to learn righteousness - - -". The question is if it is possible to learn righteousness from a religion and a law which both partly is resting on very immoral moral and ethics ? - thieving/robbing, raping, extortion, murder, lying (al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing)), deceiving, breaking even of oaths, discrimination and suppression a la strong apartheid (literally speaking), an ideology which in many ways reminds one about Nazism or Djingis Khan's religious ideology (both also literally speaking), and mass murder, not to mention hate mongering and war mongering - the last one at least to the 2. or 3. power (once more literally speaking). But MB: Remember that very far from all Muslims build their lives on these parts of the Quran - - - but this is what the Quran represents. And this is why Muslim terrorism will never come to a full end.

#002 2/45: “Nay, seek (Allah’s) help with patient perseverance - - -”. Then you win in the end. NB: This is an expression and a word non-Muslims should never forget is impressed and impressed on Muslims - keep going, and in the end your opponent grows tiered and you win. This too often has been correct.

003 2/60e: "- - - and do not mischief on (the face of the) earth". Read the Quran's moral code, its code of war, etc., and then read this quote once more.

#004 2/61e: "- - - slaying His (Allah's*) Messengers without a just cause". Here is one of the many fundamental differences between The Bible - especially if you compare to NT and the new covenant - and the Quran: The Bible says "you shall not kill", whereas the Quran says "you shall not kill without a just cause" - and the Quran's moral code which should regulate what is just and what is unjust, on top of this is pretty immoral at some points.

005 2/148c: "- - - all that is good". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, the reference point is its own partly immoral moral code.

006 2/158f: "- - - to (do*) good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - though in this case it is likely it indicates giving to the poor or something (but normally the best deed in the Quran is to wage raids and wars for Muhammad and his successors in the name of Allah - including stealing, raping, enslaving, killing).

##007 2/193a: "And fight them (non-Muslims*) until there is no more tumult or oppression, and there prevail justice and faith in Allah". More clear words for your money.

But the clear order other places in the Quran, is that the Muslims shall suppress everybody else “- - - Until they (non-Muslims) pay jizya with willing submission (“an yadin”) and feel themselves subdued”. Comments necessary?

##008 2/193c: "And fight them (non-Muslims*) until there is no more tumult or oppression, and there prevail justice and faith in Allah". This is one of the basics under the sharia laws for fighting and for treatment of non-Muslims.

###009 2/193d: "And fight them (non-Muslims*) until - - - there prevail - - - faith in Allah." This is one of the essences in verse 193. Worth remembering and to beware of. Especially as the exact and correct translation according to Muhammad Azad: "The Message of the Quran" is: "- - - and religion belongs to Allah (alone)"(!!)

010 2/193e: "- - - and there prevail justice - - -". Take a look at the Quran's moral code and the sharia laws. Some of it is ok, but some is from bad to worse, and some is downright horrible and has nothing to do with justice or good moral. Compare parts of it to "do onto others like you want others shall do onto you", and you have only two options: To weep or to laugh.

011 2/193f: "- - - (fight*) those (non-Muslims*) who practice oppression". Oppression cannot be accepted according to the Quran - - - except that Muslims shall oppress all non-Muslims, also this according to the Quran.

012 2/193h: "- - - let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression". Beware that Muslims practicing oppression of non-Muslims shall not be met by hostility, but by "willing submission". Also see 2/193g just above.

013 2/194d: "- - - the law of equality." This is one of the main pillars under laws concerning crime in Islam. It is rather similar to "an eye for an eye" in OT, but far from NT.

014 2/194e: “If then anyone transgresses the prohibition against you, transgress ye likewise against him - - -”. Take revenge. Incompatible with at least NT. It is a long way from here to "turn the other cheek" (f.x. Matt. 5/39). Very different gods. Very different representatives.

015 2/195c: "- - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the Quran's own partly immoral moral code. Remember f.x. that the best deed according to the Quran, was to go to war for Muhammad/Allah.

016 2/197c: "- - - wickedness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

017 2/197e: "- - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the Quran's own partly immoral moral code. Remember f.x. that the best deed according to the Quran, was to go to war and steal, rob, suppress and kill for Muhammad/Allah.

018 2/197f: "- - right conduct - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the Quran's own partly immoral moral code. Remember f.x. that the best deed and the most right conduct according to the Quran, was to go to war and steal, rob, suppress and kill for Muhammad/Allah. What is right conduct in Islam, sometimes varies quite a lot from what is right conduct in normal religions (Islam is at some points abnormal, as it is a war religion, and has to serve this purpose - see the book about Jihad/Holy War (Book B) under https://www.1000mistakes.com ). "Right conduct" in Islam often is very far from "do to others like you want others do to you".

019 2/215b: "- - - whatever ye (Muslims*) do that is good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "good" and similar, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###020 2/216b: “Fighting is prescribed for you (Muslims*) - - -.” Incompatible with the Bible. Incompatible with OT except for making and safeguarding a Jewish national territory, totally incompatible with NT perhaps in sheer self defense. (Christians have sinned against this, but the Bible is clear: "You shall not kill".) Also incompatible with good moral codes.

###021 2/216c: “Fighting is prescribed for you (Muslims*), and ye dislike it.” Not all of his followers liked to go to war. (And remember that this is the same today.)

022 2/216d: “- - - it is possible that ye dislike a thing (fighting*) which is good for you - - -.” Go to war – it is good for you whether you like it or not (implicit meaning; at least Allah will favor you in the next life.) Incitement with added incentives of looting, raping, and enslaving, etc.

023 2/216e: “- - - But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you (to fight in war*), and that you love a thing (peace*) that is bad for you.” No comments except a question: Did you ever meet a person telling that Islam is a peaceful religion? - "the Religion of Peace"?

024 2/216f: "- - - god for you - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "good" and similar, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Like here.

025 2/216g: "- - - bad for you - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

026 2/217a: "- - - fighting - - -". Incompatible with NT, perhaps with the exception of in clear self defense (and with OT except for making and defending a country for the Jews). Practically all raids and wars of Muhammad, were acts of aggression, mainly to gain riches and power, and later to spread Islam. See separate chapter in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran".

##027 2/217d: “Fighting therein (in the holy months - see 2/217a just above*) is a grave (offense); but graver is it in the sight of Allah to prevent access to the Sacred Mosque - - -”. Muhammad’s highwaymen had attacked and plundered a caravan from Mecca during a holy month and Muhammad received a storm of critic. But his/Allah’s reply was that as Mecca denied the Muslims access to the Kabah (this was before Muhammad had taken Mecca), they were bad people. And then even a grave sin made by Muhammad was no big sin as they were worse sinners according to his claim. Convenient. Read by a terrorist today: Whatever you do against someone not obeying Islam - or worse; opposing it - is no sin.

This logic which seems ok on the surface, but which is deeply wrong, you often meet: "What I do wrong is not wrong if also you do something wrong". But what "I" do wrong, is as wrong no matter what good or bad things your opponent does - and this even more so if you pretend to represent a benevolent god. (Another thing is that it may be easier to defend your own bad behavior, if you can blame the opponent for something - but your own bad deeds still are just as bad all the same).

Verse 216 and 217 tell that very few things are holy if the interests of Muhammad/Islam can be strengthened by breaking it.

To go a little deeper into the story behind this verse: Muhammad's men robbed a caravan and killed some men doing so, at the end of a holy month. Muhammad had to find a way to justify the crime - not mainly the crime of stealing and murdering, but the even more serious crime of breaking the peace during a holy month. This was shortly after they had fled to Yathrib/Medina, and they were locked out from Mecca. Muhammad used this as an excuse - the age-old: "If you are bad, that makes us good, even when we are bad". The problem is that no matter how bad an opponent is, that does not make your own bad deeds one iota less bad. (There may be some exceptions for self defense, but this was not self defense in any meaning of the word - it simply was a cold-blooded raid for riches to use as an easier way to an easier life, than the poor life they could gain by a grueling work as workers on the fields around Yathrib/Medina.)

And to repeat the impolite question: The holy months were a pure pagan Arab tradition which Islam took over. How come that an universal god - at least for whole Earth - so often found traditions from the heathen Arabia to be just what he wanted, and not often had ideas himself - not to mention nearly never found good ideas from other places in the world except from Arabia and its neighbors? - f.x. also the traditions of Hajj and the traditional celebrations around Kabah are practically identical to the superficial and honestly pretty childish traditions from before Islam.

028 2/217g: “Tumult and oppression are worse than slaughter”. Unrest and oppression against the Muslims are no good - it is better that the Muslims in case kill the opponents (in this case it was about the old regime in Mecca - still not overrun - but other verses in the Quran make the order general. See 2/191a-d). Nice “food” for terrorists - the West is suppressing Muslims they say, and as everybody there pay taxes (not true - and the ones who do, have to) to their Islam-suppressing regimes, everybody is guilty, and deserves to be killed. Words are cheap, and it always is possible to twist reality enough to find what excuses you want.

029 2/228c: “And the woman shall have rights similar to the rights against them, according to what is equitable (this sentence is not valid for concubines or your slave women*); but men have a degree (of advantage) over them“. This means that women are one step – small or big – below men as judicial persons (in reality also as human beings). Also see 2/228b just above.

Often in Muslim areas women are reckoned to have half the value of men.

030 2/229b: “A divorce is only permissible twice (during the same marriage*) - - -.” To say the least of it: Incompatible with NT - a divorce there hardly is permissibly in the NT at all.

###031 2/230c: “So if a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably), he cannot, after that, remarry her until after she has married another husband (and “fulfilled” that marriage*) and he has divorced her.” To force a woman to prostitute herself to be permitted to return to her husband, is so foreign to the Bible, that there is no compatibility at all on this point between the two books.

032 2/233d: “No mother shall be treated unfairly on account of her child.” If the mother does her part of the upbringing ok, and the child all the same turns out to be a rascal, the mother (and also the father on the same conditions) cannot be held accountable for what an offspring does. One point in plus for both parents.

033 2/233e: "If they (the parents*) decide on veaning - - - (or*) - - - on a foster-mother for your offspring, there is no blame on you, provided you pay (the mother) what offered - - -". A point behind the sharia laws.

034 2/236d: "- - - to do the right thing". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

035 2/237d: "For Allah sees well what ye do". See 2/233h above and 35/38b below.

###036 2/244c: “Then fight in the cause of Allah - - -". One of the sentences behind the sharia laws - a central part of them in this case (and also a central part of the Quran's sometimes immoral or highly immoral rules).

037 2/246j: "- - - those who do wrong". One of Muhammad's many distaste provoking names for non-Muslims.

038 2/246k: "- - - those who do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

039 2/254i: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. This also is one of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

040 2/256g: "- - - Truth - - -". Contradicted by the Bible. See 2/42c above. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

041 2/256k: "- - - trustworthy - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - remember f.x. that the best of good deeds is to go to war or on raids for Allah and in his name steal and rape and suppress and enslave and kill (the fact that it is done in the name of their presumed god, makes it all even more despicable).

042 2/258j: "- - - unjust". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

043 2/268a: "- - - to conduct unseemly". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is as compared to the book's own partly immoral moral code - where f. ex. stealing, raping, enslaving, and killing in the name of Allah are "good and lawful" (morally and ethically it is even more despicable when it is and has to be done in the name of their god - it tell something extra deprived and black about the religion.)

044 2/277b: "Those who believe, and do deeds of righteousness, and establish regular prayers and regular charity, will have their reward with their Lord". Well, this only to remind you that the Quran contains lots of nice claims and promises - you find plenty if you look in the book - but Muhammad was able to prove not one single of them. All was just words - included some fast ones and many which sounds like cheap ones - - - plus a lot wrong ones.

As for the value of prayers in Islam, also see 62/9c. And if you combine 62/9c with 67/9c - a strong one - you get something thought-provoking. (And relevant here: Muslims often are taught that a question or problem can have 2 or more true and correct solutions - Islam is forced to teach this, because if not many of the mistakes and contradictions in the Quran become too obvious. But this ONLY is true if parallel true solutions are possible. In cases where 2 or more possible solutions are mutually excluding each other, maximum 1 of the mutually excluding ones can be true. It should be a bit thought provoking for Muslims, that just this "small" difference in theoretical thinking and teaching, was one of the reasons (there were several of course) for why Europe and the West exploded into the Technical Revolution, while the Muslim area stagnated). Two star examples are: 1) Full predestination is not possible even for an omnipotent god to combine with even the smallest piece of free will for man - the two are mutually excluding. The same for full and unchangeable predestination long time before combined with any claimed effect of prayers - the two are mutually excluding each other.)

045 2/277c: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

046 3/3q: "- - - (- - - right or wrong)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

047 3/15c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is as understood in the book's own partly immoral moral code.

048 3/17a: "- - - true - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

*049 3/18b: “- - - that is the witness of Allah - - -.” The problem is that there exists not one single witness from Allah – no miracle which could have been a witness, and nothing else. Only the words of a very doubtful man with a very "special" moral code, written in a book with very many errors, contradictions, etc. Muslims her often talk about “signs” from the nature, but the nature is not a proof for Allah until it first is proved that it is created by a god, and further that it is proved that this god is Allah – words are very cheap, but only proofs are reliable. This claim is wrong until Islam proves that Allah really made it – and proves, not only claims like Muslims nearly always do.

050 3/18e: "- - - standing firm on justice". Not unless the Islamic moral code and parts of sharia and the rules for war are changed. Also see 1/1a above.

051 3/21c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

052 3/21f: "- - - just dealing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and as bad sharia laws (as opposed to "do against others like you want others do against you").

053 3/25i: "- - - (no*) injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and law. Besides: Is there justice in the bestial and sadistic unending punishment in Hell compared to the after all not too bad sins most of the sinners have performed?

054 3/30b: "- - - good (deeds*) - - -".Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

055 3/30c: "- - - evil (deeds*) - - -".Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

056 3/30f: "- - - kindness - - -".Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

057 3/39f: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

058 3/46c: "- - - righteous - - -". In just this case it may be true, as also other sources tell that Jesus were among the righteous, and this according to normal moral codes. But beware that usually when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. And also remember: Islam only has a moral code, not a moral philosophy - nothing counts except: "What did Muhammad say or do in a similar case?"

059 3/57b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

060 3/57d: "- - - Allah loveth not those who do wrong." As Islam claims Allah loves the Muslims, this means that to steal, rob, extort, rape, enslave, murder, lie, break oats, cheat, etc., etc. in the name of the god is not to do wrong as long as there is the slightest pretext for calling it Jihad - "self defense in the widest (NB!!*) meaning of the word". And everything is called Jihad. A somewhat special moral code. (And honestly: To permitted to or obliged to do things like this in the name of one's god, gives that god and that religion an ugly taste - morally it is worse than when made from "normal" motifs).

061 3/57f: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

062 3/63d: "- - - mischief". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

063 3/76d: "- - - act right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

##064 3/76g: "- - - Allah loveth those who act right". How can he in case love the ones who live according to the Quran? - a number of its moral rules are so obviously wrong. The "constitution" for all moral rules is: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you". Compare this to the Islamic (im)moral code - and even a number of its laws, not to mention its rules for behavior in war - and weep. The only ones not able to see the horror in it, are Muslims who have been taught that this is "good and lawful" and "our glorious rights and duties" from they were babies. Read modern religious Islamic literature meant for Muslims, and you still find these medieval and pre-medieval ways of thinking and this upside down moral - or immoral - code. This at the same time as they declare that Islam is the "religion of peace". They should mention that Islam also is the culture and mentality of 630 AD and the "Religion of al-Taqiyya" (the lawful lie) - - - and in reality "the religion of war and suppression"..

065 3/76h: "- - - those who act aright - - -". Those who act according to the rules and demands, etc. in the Quran (= Muslims).

066 3/76i: "- - - act aright - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

067 3/86j: "- - - people unjust". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is as compared to the Quran's own partly immoral moral code, and also to the partly unjust sharia laws.

068 3/92d: "- - - truth - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is meant as in the book's own partly immoral moral code. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.) Also see 2/2b above.

069 3/94c: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

070 3/104b: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

071 3/104c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

072 3/104d: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

073 3/110c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

074 3/110d: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

075 3/113c: "- - - stand (for the right) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

076 3/114b: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

077 3/114c: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

078 3/115b: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

079 3/115d: "- - - right". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

080 3/118b: "Take not into your intimacy those outside your ranks - - -". = Do not make friends with non-Muslims. No comments necessary.

081 3/120c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

082 3/125c: "- - - if you (Muslims*) remain firm - - -". Time and again and again the Quran tells that if the Muslims just persevere, the "enemy" grows tired in the end and the Muslims win. Far too often this has proved correct, a fact all non-Muslims growing tired should remember. This especially the democracies, as they have problems when a fight lasts for a long time - there always are many voices wanting out of the struggle, as they see the short-time gain but not the long-time loss possible.

083 3/125d: "- - - act aright - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

084 3/133d: "- - - the righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses such words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

085 3/134a: "Those who spend (freely) - - - (are good*) - - - for Allah loves those who do good". Spend for helping others. Spend for forwarding the religion. Spend for warfare.

086 3/134b: "- - - pardon all men - - -". This very clearly was forgotten - and abrogated - later.

087 3/134e: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses such words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Remember f.x. that the best of deeds in the Quran is to go to war and steal and rape and suppress and kill in the name of Allah.

088 3/135a: "- - - (not*) wronged their own souls - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

089 3/135d: "- - - (the wrong) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses such words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Remember f.x. that the best of deeds in the Quran is to go to war and steal and rape and suppress and kill in the name of Allah - and one of the worst wrongs you can do, is to refuse to do this.

090 3/140g: "- - - do wrong." Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

091 3/148c: “For Allah loveth those who do good - - -". Allah can love no-one unless he exists - and there is not one single proof, not even a clear indication, for his existence.

###But an extra point: What is the meaning of "good" in this connection? What the Quran calls "good" too often is far from good - often really bad - according to normal religions, normal moral codes and normal cultures. Cfr. f.x: "Do to others like you want others do to you" and compare it to the Quran's partly rather special moral code.

092 3/148d: “For Allah loveth those who do good (in this case: To wage war for Allah and Muhammad*)”. To do battle for Allah - to steal and burn and kill and murder and destroy and rape for the good and benevolent deity - is a good thing which Allah loves. (Actually that it shall be made in the name of the god, makes it even more disgusting.) Did anyone say that modern terrorists have to twist the words of the Quran to find incitements to their deeds? And also: Muhammad got cheap warriors and gained wealth and power - in wars and robberies that really were illegal according to the Quran, as they in reality were wars of aggression, not really of defense. And they gave him the possibility to rape at least two women - Rayhana bint Amr and Safijja bint Huayay.

093 3/161f: "- - - unjustly". Beware that when the Quran uses such expressions, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

094 3/164j: "- - - (to be in*) error". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Or sometimes - like here? - it simply means anything not in accordance with the Quran (in spite of all the errors in that book).

095 3/170d: "- - - (martyrs) - - -". All Muslims killed in war, are martyrs, no matter if it is a war of aggression or not, or even simply a raid for money and slaves – Muhammad made many such raids and called all of them jihads. It is like if the Christians should call everybody dead in a war with religious contents - f.x. the 30 Years War in Europe (1618-1648 AD) martyrs - or actually in all wars, as more or less all wars Muslims are involved in, are called jihads - "holy wars".

096 3/172h: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

097 3/172i: "- - - refrain from wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the bad wrongs was not to go to war and rob and kill for Muhammad and/or Allah.

098 3/172j: "- - - a great reward". Paradise. It takes a special kind of religion to have a paradise - and one full of mainly bodily pleasures only - as the reward for fighting and killing, raping and stealing, mutilating and suppressing. And to make it extra repulsive: All atrocities and inhumanities are to be done in the name of the god!

099 3/174b: "- - - Bounty from Allah - - -". That the raids and wars with its stealing, raping, suppression, extortion and blood shall be in the name of the god, makes the whole "business" - the Quran's rules for waging war - even more disgusting. And are robbed goods, rape and slave taking in accordance with the moral and ethical codes in NT? - the claimed same god? Read the NT and check for yourself.

But notify how often "bounty" is mentioned in connection to propaganda for war in the Quran - the permission to steal and extort from and to enslave the victims was one of the central arguments for alluring Muslim men to go on raids and to war. (And is the "bounty" really from a god when you have to go out and steal and rob and risk your life and health for it - and destroy other people's lives. Words and propaganda are cheap, and incitements and temptation sometimes slick - and all such words even may be dishonest and untrue.)

100 3/179j: "- - - believe and do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like "right", it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the bad wrongs was to not go to war and rob and rape and suppress and kill for Muhammad and/or Allah.

101 3/182b: "- - - (unrighteous deeds) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the bad wrongs was not to go to war and rob and kill for Muhammad and/or Allah.

102 3/186d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the bad evils was not to go to war and rob and kill for Muhammad and/or Allah.

103 3/193e: "- - - the righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

104 3/198g: "- - - the righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

105 4/3g: "- - - deal justly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

106 4/5d: "- - - justice". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and the sometimes unjust sharia laws.

107 4/8b: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral rules.

108 4/17a: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

109 4/18c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

110 4/30a: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

111 4/31b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

112 4/34c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

113 4/36c: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

114 4/40b: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

115 4/40c: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

116 4/49c: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and partly unjust sharia laws.

117 4/57b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - f.x. one of the very best deeds is to fight and kill and steal and suppress for Muhammad and his claimed god.

118 4/64f "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

119 4/69f: "- - - Truth - - -". See 13/1g and 40/75 below. Also beware that al-Taqiyya (lawful lies), Kitman (lawful half-truths), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing),etc. at times could and can be used instead of the truth. Islam is a bit special religion on the point of honesty, and especially so when defending or promoting the religion.

120 4/69i: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

121 4/69j: "- - - (who do good) - - -". See 4/69h+i above.

122 4/76h: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

123 4/77j: "- - - unjustly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

124 4/80f: "- - - (evil deeds) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

125 4/85a: "- - - a good cause - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

126 4/85b: "- - - whoever recommends and helps an evil cause; shares its burden." Is f.x. indiscriminate killing by terrorists of persons who would not be sentenced to death in a normal court, part of a good or a bad cause? Is inflicting pain and terror on persons a normal court would not sentence to such a punishment - or raping a woman just because you have taken her captive and the Quran thus permits you to rape her and hurt or destroy her life, just because you want some minutes of pleasure and may be enjoy the feeling of power over a helpless victim, part of a good cause or a bad cause? Etc. No other of the large religions has such a rotten moral code as Islam on points like this - but you find similarities in some old and primitive and luckily more or less forgotten war religions; pagan religions. Also most big religions have moral philosophy/thinking, but Islam not - Islam only have the old code made from what Muhammad said and did (and Muhammad was not a very moral man - just look at what he demanded, wanted and did; deeds, introduced rules and moral standards, and demands, etc. are much more reliable than glorious words or propaganda). As for punishing and killing, the Quran says that no parent shall be punished for what their children do and the other way around - but many Muslims, not to mention terrorists, punishes far more remote relatives, or not relatives at all (f.x. innocent persons who just happen to be from a disliked country), and that killing of the innocent is a great sin.

Also remember that a number of things the Quran recommends, are evil according to normal moral codes.

127 4/85d: "- - - an evil cause - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

128 4/88b: "- - - (evil) deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

129 4/89c: "- - - (- - - what is forbidden) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

130 4/97b: "- - - (from evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "evil" it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

131 4/107c: "- - - Allah loveth not one given to perfidy and crime". A most thought provoking sentence, as much of what the partly immoral Islamic moral code permits or even encourages, is crime or worse according to all normal moral codes and normal moral philosophy, the essence of which is "do against others like you want others do against you", (beware here that the Quran - and Islam - has no moral or ethical philosophy, only an old and partly immoral moral code = "what did Muhammad say or do in such a situation?").

132 4/110a: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

133 4/110c: "- - - (to*) wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

134 4/116d: "- - - Right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

135 4/119a: "I (Iblis, the Muslim Devil*) will mislead them (humans*) - - -". As the Quran is not from a god, one possibility is that it is from the Devil and made to mislead them. The immoral parts of its moral code, the unjust and/or immoral parts of the sharia laws, not to mention the inhuman rules for behavior towards non-Muslims and in war, etc. may indicate this. Irony in case.

136 4/119b: "- - - I (Iblis, the Muslim Devil*) will create in them (humans*) false desires - - -". Here we are back to the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code, which permits Muslims to go for a lot of immoral desires. Study the Quran's moral code, compare it to "do against others like you want others do against you", and see for yourself.

137 4/120a: "Satan makes them promises, and creates in them false desires; But Satan’s promises are nothing but deception". One of the possible creators of the Quran is Satan - this even more so as all the mistakes, contradictions, etc. make it clear that it is not made by a god, and in addition parts of the Quran's moral code fits better a devil than a benevolent god. If this is the truth - and all the satanic "unmoral" in the Quran after all may indicate this - this verses is very informative (but actually we personally believe that not even devils would make a book with so many errors - the only really believable creator is a (or some) human(s)). (There is one possible exception, though; if the Devil only got permission from the god for trying to cheat people into a made up religion, only on the condition that it should be easy for thinking persons to see through the trap.)

138 4/120c: "- - - but Satan's promises are nothing but deception". An interesting piece of information if Satan is the real maker of the Quran and f.x. the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code may indicate that something dark is involved.

139 4/122b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

140 4/123c: "- - - whoever works evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

141 4/124b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

142 4/124f: "- - - and not the least injustice shall be done to them (Muslims*)". Injustice according to the Quran's moral code, or injustice in accordance to how well they have lived after the real and fundamental moral law: "Do onto others what you want others do onto you"?

143 4/125c: "- - - does good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and suppress - and worse - others.

144 4/127f: "- - - good deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

145 4/128c: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

146 4/129a: “Ye are never able to be fair and just between women (wives*) - - -”. This sentence is often used by Muslims as a "proof" for that polygamy (many wives) is not much used in Muslim societies. The trouble is, though, that this paragraph is a most sleeping one for men who can afford and really wants more wives. (Also serial monogamy - frequent divorces and marriages - exists. Media have reported up to more than 60 marriages for a man. Among Shi’ia Muslims also short time/fixed time marriages exists - marriage for a month, f.x. - in reality legalized prostitution often.)

147 4/129c: (A4/145, English 2008 edition A4/147): "Ye are never able to be fair and just between women (wives*) - - -". This is how Muslims makes it possible - we quote (translated from Swedish): "- - - in other words, that the required equality in treatment relates only to the outward behavior towards and practical dealing with one's wives". Very sufficient that is for the women! But Islam has to have some such explanation, as it is well known that Muhammad preferred some wives - especially the child and later teen-ager Aisha - above others. As long as the formalities are right, the human values which is what really should count in a marriage, does not matter.

148 4/135b: "Stand out firmly for justice - - -". This had been a good point, if it was not for the fact that the Quran's "justice" and the moral code it rests on, both often have sick rules. Compare some points in them to "do towards others like you want others do against you" and be horrified. And ethics we hardly ever even mention in connection to the Quran, as you may be have noticed.

149 4/135c: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and its partly as unjust and immoral sharia laws. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and suppress - and worse - others.

150 4/139a: “Yea, to those who take for friends Unbelievers rather than Believers (you will not get honor from Allah*)” You are permitted to have non-Muslims as friends - in the real world it is impossible to prohibit it - but not close friends. Beware of possibility of social extrication and of punishment from Allah if you "sin" against this.

###151 4/144c: “Take not for friends unbelievers rather than believers: do ye wish to offer Allah an open proof against yourselves?” This is really a strong one: To make good friends with non-Muslims is a clear proof that you are not a good Muslim - this even for Allah, not to mention for the entire Muslim society. This verse may give a strong social pressure NOT to associate with non-Muslims. (Sect leaders often do not want their followers to associate with people from the outside - it may give his followers correcting information and facts.)

152 4/147b: "- - - (all good) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and suppress - and worse - others.

###153 4/148a: "What can Allah gain by your punishment, if ye are grateful and ye believe?" Yes, that is one of the big mystery if it is true like the Quran claims many places, that Allah predestines everything, included everything every human say and do, and all the same he predestine that many will have to live a life sending them to Hell.

Also see 4/84k above.

154 4/148c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and suppress - and worse - others.

155 4/148d: "- - - injustice - - -". See 4/148c just above.

156 4/151a: "- - - truth - - -". See 2/2b above.

157 4/168c: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and rob and suppress - and worse - other people.

158 4/173b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the best deeds is to wage raids and wars and rob and rape and suppress - and worse - other people.

159 5/1d: "Fulfill (all) obligations." This is the general rule in the sharia laws. But see the points about f.x. al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), deceiving/betrayal, and breaking of promises/word/oaths. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

160 5/2o: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

161 5/8c: "- - - justice". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and its partly unjust and immoral sharia law.

162 5/8d: "Be just - - -". See 5/8c just above.

163 5/9b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

164 5/29d: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

165 5/45b: "- - - judge by (the light of) what Allah hath revealed - - -". Judge by the rules in the Quran and by its (partly immoral) moral and judicial codes.

166 5/51i: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

167 5/52a: “Those in whose hearts is a disease - - -”. If you are not a Muslim, your heart has a disease. One of Muhammad's many negative and antipathy creating names for non-Muslim. Comments?

168 5/59d: "Do ye ("People of the Book"*) disapprove of us for no other reason than that we believe in Allah - - -?" No. When Islam is disliked today, it is mainly because of its partly immoral moral code and its inhuman war religion. And we also are not a little incredulous about how it is possible not to see that there is no god behind a "holy" book where so much is wrong - it is at least heresy to blame a work of a quality like the contents of the Quran, on a named god. Human ability for blindness, naivety and wishful thinking is incredible. Also see 5/59c just above.

169 5/60d: “Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

170 5/62c: “Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

171 5/65d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

172 5/66e: "- - - a course that is evil". Here is told about "the People of the Book". But as they believed in the Bible and in Yahweh - a god even Muhammad admitted existed, even though he mixed him up with Allah - there is a chance that their course was not the evil one.

173 5/66f: “- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

174 5/69c: “Those who (believe in the Quran), and those who follows the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabeans – any who believe in Allah (here included Yahweh/God*) and the Last day, and work righteousness – on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.” Contradicted by:

  1. 3/85: “If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah), never will it be accepted of him - - -.” This alone tells the full story.
  2. 5/72: “They (Christians*) do blaspheme who say: ‘God is Christ the son of Mary.’ - - - and the Fire will be their abode.” To say that Jesus is divine is to put another god at Allah’s side – the ultimate and unforgivable sin according to 2/225a and 4/116a-c above and 6/106b and 25/18a below.
  3. 5/73: “They do blaspheme who say: Allah is one of three in a Trinity - - -.” This was to put two other gods at the side of Allah – two times the ultimate sin.

(3 contradictions).

175 5/69e: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

176 5/79c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

177 5/80c: "Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

178 5/85f: "- - - do well - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - a code which too often sins against the gold standard: "Do against others like you want others do against you".

#####179 5/89a: “Allah will not call you to account for where is futile in your oaths - - -" = oaths you just throw around - f.x. in anger or from habits, or for oaths you for other reasons did not mean - does not count, and is no sin for Allah. Quite a different from normal religions. Besides: How can others know when you mean an oath and when not? (Well, in some cases you can guess, but what about all the border-line cases and the cases where it sounds like you mean it?) The Quran and Islam are very special when it comes to breaking oaths and some other kinds of dishonesty (f.x. al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth)) - it is the only one of the big religions with such rules for accepted dishonesty, and the only of the big religions which accepts dishonesty, even as a part of the religion/religious life.

#####180 5/89b: “Allah will not call you to account for where is futile in your oaths, but He will call you to account for your deliberate oaths: (if you break such one*) for expiation, feed 10 indigent persons, on a scale of the average for the food of your families: or clothe them, or give a slave his freedom. If that is beyond your means, fast for three days. That is the expiation for the (breaking of*) oaths ye have sworn. But keep to your oaths.” In principle: Keep your oaths, at least if you meant them. But if you break them, not much is lost, as it is just to pay expiation, and everything is ok. And if the oath was made without thinking things over, you are not even bound to it or bound to pay expiation for it. Guess if this is different from NT! (- and from most other religions, included all the big ones!) (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

No other of the big religions has dishonesty as an integrated and accepted part of the religion - also here remember al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) - and "war is deceit", etc. Just for the record: Al-Taqiyya, Kitman, and Hilah can be used at least in these cases (for broken oaths there are given no real limitations if the broken oath will give a better result. By implication this also goes for ordinary words and promises, as an oath is something stronger than a normal word or promise):

  • 1. To save your or others' health or life.
  • 2. To get out of a tight spot or a dangerous problem.
  • 3. To make peace in a family.
  • 4. When it will give a better result than honesty or honoring one’s oath.
  • 5. To cheat women (should be remembered by girls with Muslim boyfriends wanting sex - or wanting a marriage to get residence permit or work permit in a rich country.)
  • 6. To deceive opponents/enemies.
  • 7. To betray enemies.
  • 8. To secure one’s money (very clear from Hadiths).
  • 9. To defend Islam. (Advisable if necessary to succeed.)
  • 10. To promote Islam. (Advisable if necessary to succeed.)

But al-Taqiyya is a double-edged sword: In the short run you may cheat and deceive someone – actually also in the long run if the opposite part does not know about this side of Muslims and of Islam, or if he/she is naïve. But in the long run one learns that there is no way to really be sure a Muslim speaks the full truth - or the truth at all - in serious questions. (This also may be a big problem for Muslims telling the truth about something without being believed - they have no reliable way of strengthening their words.)

###181 5/89c: "That is the expiation for the oaths ye (Muslims'*) have sworn (and broken*)". Even though it is advisable to keep your oats, if you break one, it is just to pay expiation, and everything is ok. The Religion of Truth?!? - an ironical joke. "The Religion of Honesty"? - not even a joke (may be that is why you seldom hear this last name seldom and never from Muslims and Islam).

182 5/92d: "- - - (of evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

183 5/93b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. (F.x. one of the best deeds is to go to war and steal and rob and rape and suppress and kill in the name of the good and benevolent god Allah.)

#184 5/93d: "For Allah loveth those who do good". Whenever we see sentences like this and similar, we remember the golden rule for moral: "Do unto others what you want others do unto you". And then we wonder if Allah is able to like Muslims living according to the harsh parts of the Quran's moral rules, and what that in case tells about Allah.

Besides Allah can love nobody unless he exists.

185 5/100a: "- - - things that are bad - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

186 5/100b: "- - - things that are good - - -". See 5/100a just above.

187 "In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful". Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral parts of the Muslim moral code, the unjust/immoral parts of sharia, and the Quran's rules for lying, thieving/looting, enslaving, raids and wars, plus the rules for treatment of girls and women - free and captured - and see if you agree. Always when there is a distance between words and corresponding demands and deeds, we personally believe in the demands and deeds. Glorious words are cheap, demands and deeds are reliable. Glorifying words and claims are too cheap for anyone to use and disuse - when you read, judge from realities, not from propaganda.

188 6/32b: "- - - righteous". beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

####189 6/45b: "Of the wrongdoers (non-Muslims*) the last remnant was cut off (killed*). Praise be to Allah - - -". ########This "Praise be to Allah" is one of the points which makes Islam a morally sick and distasteful religion. A claimed benevolent and good god who is to be praised for stealing, rape, slave taking, extortion, repeated atrocities, apartheid, and mass murder, and for the reason that they had another religion only, is distasteful outside our vocabulary, and as wrong morally. We are sorry - we have big vocabularies from lives in reading and learning, but we do not have strong enough words for this.

######A pinnacle of a highly moral moral code for any religion anywhere in the world.

Not to mention one of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same gods, and for that Jesus and Muhammad are not in the same religion, not to mention in the same line of prophets. Read this claim from Muhammad, and then read the words of Jesus - ########it will take a great amount of naivety and wishful thinking to be able to believe those two ever were in the same religion or represented the same god.

Are there any similarities between the Quran's moral code and the ones of f.x. the Mafia, the Cosa Nostra, the Chinese Triads, etc.?

Muslims able to glorify Muhammad, must be somewhat special beings morally.

190 6/51b: "- - - (against evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

191 6/52b: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

192 6/54e: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

193 6/68e: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

194 6/69c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

195 6/82e: "- - - wrong - - -": Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

196 6/85b: "- - - in the rank of the Righteous - - -". In just this case this may be true. But normally when the Quran uses such expressions, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

197 6/108e: “Thus have We (Allah*) made alluring to each people its own doings”. #####This sentence should be extremely thought-provoking also to Muslims. All the mistakes, etc., in the Quran proves 100% and more that the book is not from any god. And large parts of the religion and its moral code may - may - indicate that dark forces are involved (whereas all the wrong knowledge one believed was correct science in Arabia at that time + all the tales "borrowed" from Muhammad's surroundings strongly indicates that the Quran is made by one or more humans in Arabia at the time of Muhammad - with Muhammad as the prime suspect (also because the Quran settles personal problems for him - such things do not belong in a "Mother of the Book" revered by a god and his angels).)

198 6/112a: "- - - by way of deception". Muhammad Ali here has an interesting comment: "- - - the Prophet (Muhammad*) was asked: 'Are there Satans from among men?' - and he replied, 'Yes, and they are more evil than Satans from among the invisible beings - - -". When one knows about all the inhumanities, immoral parts of the moral code, etc. Muhammad introduced, and when one knows all he demanded and did, one may start thinking from such a piece of information.

199 6/114b: "Shall I (Muhammad*) seek for judge another than Allah?" It might be an idea - if he judges according to the sharia laws, he sometimes is quite unjust. And parts of his moral code is even worse.

200 6/115d: "- - - in justice - - -". Not unless some parts of sharia law and large parts of the Quran's moral code is omitted.

201 6/122d: "- - - to those without Faith their own deeds seem pleasing". The same goes for Muslims, and here it is very serious, as much of what they are permitted or expected to do, is sin against the constitution of all inter-human ethical and moral code, and against what a really benevolent and good god would have ordered: "Do onto others what you want others do onto you".

202 6/127c: "- - - (righteousness)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

203 6/131b: "- - - their (non-Muslims'*) wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. it is wrongdoing not to go to war to steal and enslave and kill when a leader has a jihad ("holy" war) declared, whereas f.x. to rape any captive female, even children, is "lawful and good" (if the female is not pregnant) - and the fact that this formally has to be done in the name of the god, makes both the deeds, the religion, and the god even more distasteful, repulsive - and immoral.

204 6/135e: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Remember that also when used like names, in the Quran words like this is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

207 6/136d: "Evil (and unjust) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

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####208 6/149a: (A6/141 – in 2008 edition 6/143): “With Allah is the argument that reaches home (= the decisive arguments = it is Allah who decides*) - - - ". Predestination again - because Allah long since has decided everything according to his Plan. And man's claimed free will?

“The Message of the Quran” has this unbelievable comment:

“In other words, the real relationship between Allah’s knowledge of the future (and, therefore, the ineluctably of what is to happen in the future) on one side, and man’s free will, on the other – two propositions which, on the face of it, seem to contradict one another – is beyond man’s comprehension; but since both are postulated by Allah, both must be true."

Simply the ultimate pinnacle of clear speech. And the ultimate victory not for blind faith, but for blind faith based on naivety and intellectual unconsciousness.

IT ALSO IS THE ULTIMATE DEFEAT FOR THE CLAIM THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO COMBINE THE CLAIM THAT MAN HAS FREE WILL WITH THE CLAIM THAT ALLAH DECIDES EVERY DETAIL OF YOUR LIFE.

Predestination contra man’s free will actually is a version of “the Time Travel Paradox”, which is long since proved unsolvable. (In short: The king is murdered. A FTL-message (FTL = Faster Than Light) is sent to a star-ship off Sirius. FTL according to Einstein moves backwards in time, and arrives earlier than it was sent. The ship sends a warning to the king, and as it uses FTL, the warning arrives before the murder and the king avoids the murderer. Because of that no message is sent to the ship, which sends no warning to the king - and the king is murdered. The a FTL message is sent to the ship - - - -".) There is no way Allah can even be fully clairvoyant, not to mention decide everything on beforehand, and man at the same time have free will. (More in the chapter about predestination.)

Another proof for that there are things in the non-material parts of life which are impossible even for an omnipotent and omniscient god: Add one mathematical 1 to another mathematical 1. The only possible answer even for a god is the mathematical 2. There simply are things not possible even for gods. And to combine full predestination with even a tiny part of free will for man, is one of them - the laws of chaos inexorably prohibit it. A god may direct this and that to happen, but full predestination or full precognition is not possible if it is possible for man to change his mind, even if he can change it only now and then.

PREDESTINATION ALSO MAKES PRAYERS MEANINGLESS: IF ALLAH HAS PREDESTINED EVERYTHING, PRAYERS CAN CHANGE EXACTLY NOTHING. (Predestined help - or reward or punishment - for predestined deeds just is threat.)

This point perhaps is the pinnacle in all Islam's ability to flee even from facts they see themselves, its inability to face hard facts even when they see them, and its ability and willingness to be blind and to overlook even the strongest facts and proofs for that things are very wrong in the Quran and thus with Muhammad and in Islam. Central claims which cannot be true, are accepted in pure superstition.

"Our fathers told us and our neighbors and mullahs tell us this is true, and then it must be true".

"We built our lives on this belief - it has to be true because it is too difficult for me to face the alternative".

You meet this lack of moral backbone and the ability in Islam and in Muslims to overlook or explain away even the strongest facts, at every point in the Quran where there are mistakes, contradictions or other proofs for that something is wrong in the Quran, and thus with Muhammad and with his religion - proofs they are unable to face for that Islam as told in the Quran is not a religion, but a superstition.

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209 6/151d: "Come not nigh to shameful deeds - - -". Quite an ironic sentence when you remember the shameful deeds the Quran advices or accepts - sex with children (at least from 9 years), rape, slavery, lying, stealing (in connection with raids and wars), extortion, suppression, murder, just to mention some.

210 6/153e: "- - - thus doth He (Allah*) command you, that you may be righteous". Is it righteous ("just and good") to steal or rob in the name of Allah? - is it righteous ("just and good") to enslave in the name of Allah? - is it righteous ("just and good") to extort in the name of Allah? - is it righteous ("just and good") to attack peaceful people in the name of Allah? - is it righteous ("just and good") to rape captive or slave women in the name of Allah? - is it righteous ("just and good") to rape captive or slave children in the name of Allah? - is it righteous to punish a raped woman because she cannot produce 4 men - men - who have seen the very act, to prove it was a rape? (one of the most disgusting and unjust laws in this complete world)! - is it righteous ("just and good") to lie, or cheat or break your word or your oath (al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, "break your oath if that gives a better result" (Muhammad))? - is it righteous ("just and good") to murder opponents because they do not agree with you? - is it righteous ("just and good") to kill persons because they do not believe in Islam or wants to leave it - a religion based on a book full of mistakes, contradictions, wrong logic, etc., dictated by a man believing in al-Taqiyya, in Kitman, and in breaking his words and his oats even - is it "lawful and good"? The horrible truth is that many Muslims will answer "yes" to some or all of these questions. These rules of moral and justice - or rather immoral and injustice - have been so strongly imprinted on them since they were babies, that they are unable to see the horror and the places of inhuman injustice in their code of so-called moral - and moral philosophy which could have mended the terrible cultural rules does not exist in Islam - and the as disgusting injustice in some of their laws. They really believe those are the best of rules, and that everybody not living by them are second rate "Untermench" - In parts of Pakistan imams/mullahs have debated if non-Muslims have half the value or less compared to Muslims. No Comments - except "do not laugh - it is impolite". But also see 6/108d above and 23/24b (A23/11) and 26/74c below.

But even if many Muslims honestly believe the Quran's moral code is just and righteous - because they are too used to it to be able to see immoral, injustice and often horror it accepts or even advocates - this claim in the Quran is wrong - sometimes horribly wrong.

211 6/153f: "- - - righteous - - -". Remember that Words like "righteous" the Quran uses in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

212 6/154b: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

213 6/155c: "- - - follow it (the Quran*) and be righteous - - -." See 6/153e above and weep.

214 6/158d: "- - - righteousness - - -". Remember that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

215 6/160c: "- - - doeth good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

216 6/160d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expression like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

217 6/161e: "- - - (Islam is*) a religion of right - - -." No comment except: Study the moral code and the judicial code of the Quran and laugh at this statement, but weep at the reality.

218 7/9a: "- - - wrongfully - - -". See 2/2b above./p>

219 7/26b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

220 7/28a: "When they do aught that is shameful, they say: 'We found our fathers doing so;' and 'Allah commanded us thus". Read f.x. the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code, its unjust and/or immoral parts of the sharia laws + its rules for raids, wars and behavior during and after such, its rules for taking and treating slaves, etc., and see if this verse is about the Muslims. Also see 7/27b just below.

###221 7/28b: “Allah never commands what is shameful - - -.” This is contradicted by several points in the Quran, f.x.:

  1. 2/230: “If a husband divorces his wife (irrevocably), he cannot, after that, remarry her until after she has married another husband and he has divorced her.” This situation is not common, but it does happen in a culture where divorce is as easy as in Islam. In Islam the woman then has to prostitute herself in legal forms, to be permitted to do so (the intermediate marriage has to be a “fulfilled" one).
  2. Enslaving is “lawful and good”.
  3. Killing and murdering and war are not only good and lawful, but the best service to Allah.
  4. A raped woman who cannot produce 4 male witnesses to the very act, is to be punishes severely for indecency.
  5. Allah commands/permits sex with children. For an adult to enjoy sex with a child is utterly shameful. For an adult to introduce a child to sex is inhuman and even more shameful. Muhammad even demonstrated that it was ok at least from the girl is 9 – and worse: She – Aisha - became his favorite wife the rest of her childhood.
  6. Allah commands that one can take slaves in a jihad - and any skirmish or war where Muslims are involved, is declared jihad. For centuries (till ca. 1930 – 1940) all the four law schools of Islam said that if the opposite parts were pagans, this was good enough reason to declare jihad – which means that at least theoretically any slave hunter in Africa or Asia could claim to be waging jihad. To force fellow humans to become slaves, to toil for free for you, to be free for you to sell or mistreat or use for a sex toy, is utterly inhuman, utterly selfish, utterly immoral – and utterly shameful. Not to mention that it is a grotesque act to commit in the name of a presumed god and benevolent good.
  7. To rape a child captive/slave/victim is grotesquely selfish, immoral, inhuman and grotesquely shameful - - - but Allah has commanded that it is ok if the child is mot pregnant - and over 9 years according to Islam (the age of Aisha when Muhammad started to have sex with her - anything Muhammad did is just and right) or perhaps even less.
  8. To rape any woman prisoner/slave/victim – a fellow human being – is nearly as selfish and shameful and bad as raping a child. But in the Quran it is “lawful and good” if the woman is not pregnant. That it is "good and lawful" may be a reason why rape is so common by Muslim warriors/soldiers. (Another possible reason is that empathy is not an integrated part of Islam - and the same with moral philosophy).
  9. To murder opponents – also personal opponents – in the name of a presumably good god is something much more than shameful.
  10. To incite to discrimination, hate and war, in the name of a presumably good god is even worse than this again – and a proof for a god or a “prophet” full of hypocrisy.
  11. To steal/rob/plunder and extort in the name of such a god – and with his permission as “good and lawful” - is nearly a bad and as much hypocrisy as raping and killing and apartheid/suppression. And to do so in the name of a god, makes the god, the religion and the acts even more perverted and distasteful. But all these points have this in common:
    1. They attract selfish warriors to a robber “prophet’s” army – and to his successors’.
    2. They attract greedy warriors to a robber “prophet’s” army – and to his successors’.
    3. They attract inhuman warriors to a robber “prophet’s” army – and to his successors’.
    4. They attract primitive warriors to a robber “prophet’s” army – and to his successors’.
    5. It is a cheap way for a robber “prophet” – and for his successors – to get an army – a cheap army and an inhuman army.

Finally: Severe or capital punishment for a woman who has been raped, but is unable to produce 4 male eye witnesses to the very act most likely is the most inhuman, most immoral, most unjust, and most shameful law we have ever come across in any at least half civilized religion or culture, and Allah/Muhammad has introduced this law.

222 7/29a: “My Lord (Allah*) has commanded justice - - -“. This only is partly true. See 7/28b above.

223 7/33b: “The things my (Muhammad’s or Muslims’*) Lord (Allah*) hath indeed forbidden are: - - - sins - - -“. There are quite a number of things permitted or demanded in the Quran which are sins according to all normal ethical and moral philosophies and rules, not to mention against NT. A religion of war and suppression needs un-normal ethical and moral rules on a number of points.

224 7/35c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

225 7/41d: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

226 7/43j: "- - - deeds (of righteousness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

227 7/56f: "- - - the Mercy of Allah is (always) near to those who do good". Does this include the Muslims living also in accordance with the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code?

228 7/56g: "- - - those who do good". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

229 7/74d: "- - - refrain from evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. one of the worst evils was to refuse to go raiding when Muhammad wanted a raid to steal riches, etc. - raids he all the same always called jihad (holy war). Most of Muhammad's many raids, etc. were for riches - see the chapter about his raids and wars in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran" - www.1000mistakes.com .

230 7/74e: "- - - refrain from - - - mischief - - -". Much of what Muslims and Islam did through history, was - and is - mischief according to any normal code of moral or ethics. (But not always to the Quran's somewhat peculiar codes of such things).

231 7/89c: “- - - nor could we (humans*) by any manner or means return thereto (the right way*), unless it be as in the will and plan of Allah - - -:” It - according to the Quran - is Allah who decides everything in this (and in the claimed next) world, as he predestines everything according to his Plan, and you can do nothing which is not in his plan (#####which should mean that this book about the Quran is decided by Allah, and part of his Plan - thus there is no reason for Muslims to be angry with us, as it is Allah's decision that we should write it).

##232 7/89d: “- - - nor could we (humans*) by any manner or means return thereto (the right way*), unless it be as in the will and plan of Allah - - -:” According to the Quran it is Allah who decides whether you believe in him and live like a good Muslim or not. But all the same if you do not believe in him and live accordingly, he punishes you with Hell. A fair, good and benevolent god??!

233 7/128d: "- - - the righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it refers to its own partly immoral moral code.

234 7/146h: "- - - right conduct - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - good conduct was f.x. to raid for valuables, slaves and power for Muhammad.

235 7/146k: "- - - error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

236 7/153a: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

237 7/157g: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

238 7/157h: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

239 7/157i: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

240 7/157j: "- - - bad - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

241 7/157k: "- - - impure - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, or - if it is physical impurity - from its laws about purity an impurity which sometimes are base on unexplained taboos and not on rational reasons (f.x. some of the rules for formal cleanliness or the not eating of meat from donkeys (Hadiths) or blood).

242 7/161c: "- - - those who do good". Muslims. Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

243 7/165b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

244 7/168a: "- - - the righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

245 7/169c: "- - - the righteous - - -". Muslims. Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

246 7/181d: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and with the partly both immoral and unjust sharia laws.

247 7/196d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

248 7/199b: "- - - what is right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

249 7/201b: "- - - (aright) - - -" Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#####250 8/12d: "- - - smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off them." This is told by Muslims (comment A8/15 translated from Swedish) to be an Arab expression meaning: "Kill absolutely every one of them". (Only to smite off their fingertips, would make them unable as good archers afterwards). A good and benevolent religion full of mercy.). A good and benevolent religion full of mercy.

251 8/19c: "- - - (- - - wrong) - - -". Beware that when such words are used in the Quran, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###252 8/29c: "- - - He (Allah*) will grant you (Muslims*) a Criterion (to judge between right and wrong),- - -". In 1400 years he has not been able to do so. The Muslims have got the Quran included the basis for the sharia laws - perhaps from Allah if he exists and is no god (no god was ever involve in a book of that quality), may be from dark forces (the immorality and inhumanity in the Quran and in the sharia laws may indicate this), may be from a mental illness (TLE - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy) like modern medical science suspects, or may be from one or more cold scheming brain(s), perhaps Muhammad himself, like all the mistakes which are in accordance with wrong science in Arabia at that time used in the Quran, and also the wide use in the Quran of local Arab folklore, legends and fairy tales may indicate this. Compare the Quran and the sharia laws, though, to the basis for all true ethics, moral, and just laws: "Do against others like you want others do against you", and there is only one possible conclusion: After 1400 years Muslims still have not received a criterion telling the difference between right and wrong. Also see 8/29d just below.

253 8/29d: "- - - (- - - right and wrong)- - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

####254 8/30d: “They (non-Muslims*) plot and plan, and Allah too plans; but the best of planners is Allah”. When Allah can make devious and cheating plans, of course his followers also can. This verse is may be the main alibi for the institution of al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and its brother Kitman (the lawful half-truth), and Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing) - three lawful ways of dishonesty you find in no other of the large religions. Worse: For promoting or defending Islam, they are not only permitted, but advised to use "if necessary". (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

Just for the record: Al-Taqiyya, Kitman, and Hilah can be used at least in these cases (for broken oaths there are given no real limitations if the broken oath will give a better result. By implication this also goes for ordinary words and promises, as an oath is something stronger than a normal word or promise):

  • 1. To save your or others' health or life.
  • 2. To get out of a tight spot or a dangerous situation.
  • 3. To make peace in a family.
  • 4. When it will give a better result than honesty or honoring one’s oath.
  • 5. To cheat women (should be remembered by girls with Muslim boyfriends wanting sex - or wanting a marriage to get residence permit in a rich country.)
  • 6. To deceive opponents/enemies.
  • 7. To betray enemies.
  • 8. To secure one’s money (very clear from Hadiths).
  • 9. To defend Islam. (Advised if necessary to succeed.)
  • 10. To promote Islam. (Advised if necessary to succeed.)

But al-Taqiyya is a double-edged sword: In the short run you may cheat and deceive some ones – actually also in the long run if the opposite part does not know about this side of Muslims and of Islam, or if he/she is naïve. But in the long run it means that people learn Muslims cannot be relied on in serious questions. And it also means p0roblems for Muslims telling a plain truth without being believed - there is no way for them to strengthen their words, as even oaths are unreliable.

Also remember that Muhammad in addition to "normal" dishonesty - he f.x. knows he is lying at least a few places in the Quran - used both betrayals, deceiving and broken oaths - the Islamic personification of truth and honesty?

All this is "lawful and good" in Islam.

Also: Combine this to Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Truth", and have a good laugh.

255 8/37d: "- - - the pure Muslims*) - - - the impure (non-Muslims*) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###256 8/39a: “And fight with them (the unbelievers who will not convert to Islam*) on until there is no more tumult or oppression, and there prevail justice and faith in Allah altogether and everywhere”. Comments should be unnecessary. Fight war till Islam dominates everywhere. An order and an incitement.

We may add that “The Message of the Quran adds (remark 41 to surah 8) that only war in self defense is permitted, but self defense in “the widest meaning of the word”. And the “widest meaning” is a very wide expression – absolutely anything can be (and is) explained as being done in self defense, as the non-Muslims are the guilty ones for everything. One striking sample you may meet, is the “fact” that “all Americans are guilty of aggression against Islam and can be killed, because they pay tax to the state of USA”. No concession because they after all are forced to pay tax – few do it gladly. No concession to the ones that oppose the war in the Middle East. Not even concession to the - still some millions - who do not pay tax (f.x. students) and in addition oppose that war. Everybody is guilty – slay them. That is how “in the widest meaning” sometimes is used. "Only in self defense" here in many cases simply is a bitter joke with no real meaning or value except as propaganda.

###257 8/39aa: “And fight with them (the Unbelievers who will not convert to Islam*) on until there is no more tumult or oppression, ####and there prevail justice (according to Islamic moral codes*) and faith in Allah altogether and everywhere”. Religious war is incompatible with the Bible, not to mention the NT. One more proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and for that Jesus and Muhammad were not in the same religion - too big differences on too many and too fundamental points.

258 8/39d "- - - justice - - -". Take a look at the sharia laws and see how much in them which already are injustice. Then compare them to a normal code of moral instead of the Muslim one - and you find even more which is injustice or immoral.

259 8/45b: “When ye meet a force, be firm - - -.” Order and pep-talk. But why if Allah already has decided what is going to happen? There is no logic in this in that case - and in many other cases. (But there is logic if all the tales about predestination just are tales to make Muhammad's naive and blindly believing warriors believe that war and battles are no more dangerous than playing with your children or tending your fields back home. But how come that Allah had predestined the time of your death, but not when you were to become rich? - you only became rich if you went on raids or wars and stole things, not if you at just the same time instead were sleeping in your bed.

260 8/46e: "- - - be patient and persevering - - -". This is an expression which is imprinted and imprinted and impressed on Muslims in the Quran - and an expression and a word no non-Muslim should never forget: Be patient and persevering and sooner or later the opposite part or enemy grows tired and gives in, and you win, whereas the "enemy" must withdraw or accept suppression.

261 8/48a: "Remember Satan made their (sinful) acts seem alluring to them - - -". #####Irony: A number of acts accepted or advocated or even ordered in the Quran are from sinful to extremely sinful in all other of the large religions - and nearly all of the small ones - and also conflicting human rights and against all normal moral laws and rules. Not to mention that it conflict with the very basis of all inter human moral: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you". The Quran is not made by any god, not to mention a good or benevolent god - too many errors, etc. and too horrible moral - or immoral - code. If the Quran is made by dark forces or even by one or more selfish humans, it is not strange if Satan has made the Muslims' sinful acts just and alluring to them. May thus Muslims be included here?

262 8/54e: "- - - they were all oppressors - - -". An ironic accusation from a religion whose official and broadcasted (though not to non-Muslims) intended aim is to suppress all non-Muslims in the world. See f.x. 8/60 in the Quran.

263 8/58a: “If thou fearest treachery from any group, throw back (their Covenant) to them - - -”. It was enough to “fear treachery” - or say they did - then the situation for non-Muslims suddenly became more unsafe. This has happened many times throughout history - sometimes resulting in pogroms and massacres. A late one was in Indonesia some years ago some 2ooo ethnical Chinese Indonesian citizen were murderer and a huge ransacking spree took place against ethnic Chinese Indonesian citizens (and that was not even because of fear, but because of the Chinese worked more and often were better educated and had become richer than Muslims), and one where at least 200ooo ethnic Chinese were killed 1 - 2 generations ago. A much worse story was against Armenians around 1900 AD. Some 1.2 million killed and no one knows how many girls/women were kidnapped for rape and/or harems. This story was in the news in 2007, and Turkey still does not have the backbone to face it. The same for Greeks in Turkey early in last century - the Turks do not have the backbone to tidy up after those atrocities, too. Darfur with at least 200ooo slaughtered civilians - takes place today. And there is no guaranty for the future, as there are many verses in the Quran telling Muslims how to treat non-Muslims. There always are verses to be found in the Quran telling Muslims to kill or suppress any non-Muslims.

There have been many more of the same kind (see our book about Jihad) - even though Muslims never talk about other facts than that at times - sometimes even long times - Muslim countries were relatively safe for Jews, etc. if they accepted inferior status and no power, little legal security and extra taxes - jizya and land tax (which sometimes could be heavy, because the Quran limited the rulers' possibilities to tax Muslims, but put no limit on the jizya or land tax).

This quote also tells a lot about the person Muhammad. Especially as he practiced it sometimes. F.x. some of his attacks were on suspicion only - and many just to steal and rob and take prisoners for slavery or extortion.

264 8/58b: “If thou fearest (“fearest” not “understandest” or “knowest”*) treachery from any group, throw back (their Covenant) to them, (so as to be) on equal terms: for Allah loveth not the treacherous.” – except Muslims - - - remember Muhammad’s betrayals and his words “War is betrayal” and "War is deceit" (Ibn Ishaq) Also remember al-Taqiyya (the lawful lies), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), and Muhammad's advice about breaking ones promises, words and oaths if that gave a better result. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

265 8/58c: "- - - Allah loveth not the treacherous". What then about Muslims when they follow their great idol Muhammad, who said - and practiced - "War is betrayal", "War is deceit"?

#266 8/60a: “Against them (the unbelievers*) make ready your strength to the utmost of your power, included steeds of war, to strike terror into (the hearts of) the enemies of Allah and your enemies (and Muhammad’s enemies*) - - -.” Inside information from “the Religion of Peace”.

We may add the ####modern Muslim point of view (YA1226): "It is your duty to be ready against all, for the sacred Cause under whose banner you are fighting". (YA1227): "Be always ready to put your resources (wealth and life*) into your Cause. You will not do so in vain. Allah's reward will come in various forms. He knows all, and His reward will always be more generous than you can possibly deserve". (YA1228) "It (fighting for Islam*) should be a joyful duty not for itself, but to establish the reign of peace and righteousness (remember here that words like this is used in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code*) and Allah's Law". There are more like this. Also today Islam really is "the Religion of Peace".

The Quran at many points, included ones like this, is the antipode of especially NT. War of religion is another strong proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same religion. (Oh, also Christians have been involved in religious wars, but in spite of the Bible's message, not because of it.)

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

267 8/60b: "- - - strike terror into (the hearts of) the enemies of Allah and your enemies - - -). Compare this to NT: "Turn the other cheek" (if someone strikes you on the cheek, do not take revenge, but turn the other cheek towards him), an "Love your enemies and pray for them" (f.x. Matt.5/43-48).

268 8/60ba: "- - - enemies - - -". Remember that all non-Muslims are the enemies of Islam and of Muslims - according to Islam.

##269 8/60c: (A8/64 - 2008 English edition 8/65): "- - - the enemies of Allah - - -". Definition according to A8/64: ########"(The enemies of Allah are*) everyone who deliberately opposes and seeks to undermine the moral laws laid down by Allah" - and those people automatically are "an enemy of those who believe (Muslims*) in Him (Allah*)". The definition of "the enemies of Allah" is very interesting because of the Quran's too often very primitive, medieval or even pre-medieval, and at too many point immoral moral code based on a Nazi-like apartheid suppressive ("Übermench" rule, "Umtermench" suppressed) war ideology, and because of the extremely immoral moral underlying and expressed in some of the Sharia laws (f.x. "a woman is to be seriously punished for unlawful sex if she is raped, but cannot bring 4 male witnesses to the act" or: "a man who correctly accuses a woman for unlawful sex is unjust unto Allah, if he cannot bring 4 witnesses" - even though an omniscient Allah knows he is speaking the truth). The definition is given is these words: Allah's enemy is "everyone who deliberately opposes and seeks to undermine the moral laws laid down by Allah (= Muhammad's quoted words in the Quran*) - - -". Oppose f.x. the "lawful and good" military (nearly always Muslim) aggressions and raids, stealing/robbing, raping, extortion, enslaving, betraying ("war is betrayal"), murdering, etc., etc. during "holy wars" - and practically everything is called jihad (holy war) - or opposing the incitements for going to war on the slightest religious reason or alibi ("self defense in the widest meaning of the word" - the ideology that makes every disagreement a jihad) and you are an enemy of Allah.

And at least as bad: As the Quran with all its mistakes, etc. is from no god, also its so-called moral also is not from any god, included Allah if he was a god.

Also of sinister meaning is YA's comment that "- - - everyone - - - who actively opposes and seeks to undermine - - - (Allah's/Muhammad's (im)moral laws*) is, "eo ipso", an enemy of those who believe in Him (Allah*)". If you talk against Islam and its partly immoral moral rules, etc. you do not disagree with the Muslims, but you are an enemy of them. No wonder connections - or lack of such - sometimes are strained, and no wonder killing non-Muslims often are ok. Who wants to make friends with enemies? - enemies it is ok to kill. "The Religion of Peace" founded by a good and benevolent god?

270 8/60d: "- - - and others beside (other enemies of Allah or of you*), whom ye may not know - - -". YA (comment YA 1226): "There are always lurking enemies whom you may not know, but whom Allah knows. It is your duty to be ready against all, for the sacred Cause under whose banner you are fighting". There always are non-Muslims wanting to attack you, so always beware and be prepared for war with the untrustworthy unbelievers (NB: "the untrustworthy unbelievers", not "the untrustworthy of the unbelievers"). And remember: These comments are not written around 650 AD, but in modern times - they represent today's thinking of (many of) today's influential Muslims.

271 8/60e: “Whatever (money, time or your life*) ye shall spend in the Cause of Allah, shall be repaid unto you, and ye shall not be treated unjustly”. Resources counts – for you to go to Paradise, for Muhammad (and Allah) to be able to make war. And warriors like you count – for you to gain loot or be sure to go to Paradise, for Muhammad (and Allah? – an omnipotent god really should not need war and mass murder and inhumanities? – especially not a good god,) to be able to make war and gain riches for f.x. “oiling” (bribes), and power and followers for his religion and platform of power.)

###272 8/67a: “It is not fitting for a Prophet (Muhammad*) that he should have prisoners of war until he hath thoroughly subdued the land”. One of the moral and ethical real pinnacles in Islam. It takes an effort - and resources - to take care of prisoners. This Muhammad did not like - and voila! - Allah ordered him to kill all prisoners (of course with the exception of the ones one wanted as slaves or wanted to keep for extorting money for from their families - or women and girls for "personal use").

No doubt at all: A morally and ethically superior god and religion, and with lots of empathy - not to forget the perfect and good and kind and good-hearted Muhammad who was free from sins. (Actually there never were philosophers thinking on morality and ethics in Islam like f.x. in the old Greece or later in the West. Muhammad just picked from the contemporary traditions - in some cases he picked good ideas, in other cases he chose rather inhuman ideals, and that was it, as it never later has been permitted to think about whether his rules are good - or the best - or not.)

This quote also tells a lot about the person Muhammad.

Does anybody wonder why Muslim warriors and terrorists sometimes murder prisoners - guilty or not?

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

273 8/68a: "Had it not been for the previous ordainment from Allah, a severe penalty would have reached you for the (ransom) ye took." This somewhat obscure text is said to refer to an episode connected to the battle of Badr. Muhammad's uncle al 'Abbas (his descendants later founded the Abbasside dynasty of caliphs) was taken prisoner during that battle, and the Muslims took ransom for him - which they should not have done. But as Allah (?) then explained (Allah normally cleared up troubles for Muhammad afterwards, instead of explaining first, so trouble could have been avoided - not very considerate of an omniscient god) that this was part of his preordained Plan ("previous ordainment" - predestined) it was ok. Muhammad never did anything wrong - and if he all the same did, Allah fixed a rule which told that it all the same was not wrong. Convenient.)

  1. Allah often solved problems or believed sins for Muhammad - and always in such a way that Muhammad was right or the sin in reality was no sin or a forgivable sin. Reason for thinking?
  2. As said above: Such solving normally came after things were done - not before so that the problem or sin could have been avoided. Reason for thinking for you and us?
  3. There are many details - or not details - in the Quran specific for Arabia or specific for the time of Muhammad, or specific for the life of Muhammad, but in reality irrelevant for the religion - here Muhammad's uncle. How come that all this ended in the Quran? The Quran after all is claimed to be a copy of the "mother book" in Allah's part of heaven, and how come that it ended in that book, written billions of years ago? Not to mention: Do Allah really revere a book full of such prosaic details and mistakes? - it is said in the Quran that the "mother book" is revered by Allah and by his angels. And how come that all these details are from Arabia and from the time of Muhammad mostly? - the world is much wider, the time is much longer both ways - a god for all the world and all the times should not be obliged to be time and place specific? And what about all the 124ooo former prophets (according to Islam)? - not one of them could understand what this one and many other details meant, as they did not know what the Quran was talking about, or in other cases they lived far off and could not understand Arab references. No omniscient god wanting to be understood by all people to all times would write so time and place specific. Reason for thinking things over for us?

274 8/68b: "- - - the ransom ye (Muhammad’s Muslims*) took - - -". A time anomaly. But it also tells something about Muhammad and his followers: Ransom as one of the means to have a good life from honest(!) money. See 4/13d below.

######275 8/69a: “ "But (now) enjoy what ye took in war, #######lawful and good - - -”. This is one more of the moral and ethical pinnacles in the Quran: Wage war, and then it is “lawful and good” to steal and rob and plunder - and rape the women and girl children and take slaves. It actually is connected to 8/68a above, but like so often in the Quran specific episodes, etc, is given general meaning.

But of course this made it easy and cheap for Muhammad and his successors to get warriors. That such behavior is a catastrophe for any and all victims - and in some cases set back the civilization may be some hundred years like in Persia/Iran - does not count, as non-Muslim “Untermench” ("sub-humans" in Nazi German) do not count.

This even more so as for fanatics nearly every situation they do not like, can be defined as war against Islam “in the widest meaning of the word” - not to mention that according to Islam’s definition all areas not dominated by Islam are “land of war”. Really a morally and ethical superior religion - compare f.x. to the silly and invalid "Do unto others like you want others do against you", which many religions and culture have as their "constitution" more or less. And really a peaceful one.

And honestly the word “good” in ”lawful and good” classifies Muhammad, the Quran and Islam. Laws can be twisted and remade and it is no problem for an absolute dictator to make what laws he wants and thus make things “lawful” – quotation marks used on purpose. But the word “good” is an absolute – flexible “borders”, but fundamentally an absolute. Allah’s/Muhammad’s real rules for behavior against all outsiders is way outside “good”, and the hypocrisy in the using of abrogated verses in the Quran to make outsiders believe something else, makes this aspect of the religion and its hypocrisy even more disgusting.

This quote also tells a lot about the person Muhammad.

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and "Allah is good and benevolent" and weep - or laugh.

276 8/69b: "- - - lawful and good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral code - sometimes very immoral.

#####277 8/69c: "- - - lawful and good - - -". If these words and the context it is taken from ("- - - enjoy what (loot, slaves, and women* + destruction and murder) ye took in war (normally of aggression*), lawful and good - - -", were all you knew about the Quran and Islam, this alone would be enough to remove it from the civilized world and transfer it to the dark, harsh, and inhuman Medieval ages or earlier. This even more so as this is not "abrogated" by today's Islam, but on the contrary preached and even practiced today (during armed conflicts) in some Islamic areas and groups.

277a 8/69ca: We have met the question: There are certain kinds of men who are the "normal" perpetrators when women - and children - are raped. Self-centered, low on compassion for others for others, and often low quality - from "the rubble". It is the same kind of humans who often are the ones stealing from or robbing others. Now the Quran has favoured this kind of men and behaviour - go to war and suppress and kill, and be paid by stealing and raping - for 1400 years. Can this have influenced the DNA of Arabs and other Muslims? - the ones who rape often and the ones who get more wives and concubines because they are rich (f.x. from stolen valuables), gets more babies. ######Kan this be a little piece of the explanation for the inhuanities we see from Arabs and other Muslims?

278 8/69d: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral code - sometimes very immoral. In just this case the use of this word is a black joke compared to the fundamental sentence of all inter-human moral: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you".

279 8/70b: “O Prophet! Say to those who are captives in your hands: ‘If Allah findeth any good in your hearts, He will give you something better than what has been taken from you - - -.” Muhammad was a great taker of slaves, and here he promises the slaves a better life in Paradise – the always cheap words. Some religion.

280 8/70c: “O Prophet! Say to those who are captives in your hands: ‘If Allah findeth any good in your hearts, He will give you something better than what has been taken from you, and He will forgive you - - -.” It also is a bit ironic that Muhammad had attacked and stolen and raped and murdered and enslaved - - - but it was his victims who needed forgiving. Muhammad the hypocrite. Some religion.

The hypocrite side of Allah/Muhammad is visible not a few times in the Quran. Worth a sardonic laugh.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

281 8/70d: "- - - He (Allah*) will forgive you (Muhammad's victims*) - - -". But Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and in addition is a god. And even then it is an open question if he can forgive, because forgiving means to change his predestine Plan which the Quran several places states that nobody and nothing can change. But here it is expected that your wish for forgiving will change his Plan, which like said it impossibly can do.

It also tells volumes about Islam that it is their victims who are claimed to need forgiving, in spite of that normally it was and is Islam and/or Muslims who were/are the aggressors.

Another point is that to forgive - or for that case to punish or reward or fulfill prayers - means for Allah to change his Plan considering the sinner/person, something which according to the Quran nobody and nothing can make him do. See 2/187d above.

282 8/71a: “- - - if they (prisoners of war) have treacherous designs against thee - - -”. How can an enemy prisoner “have treacherous designs” against someone? Per definition an enemy - even a prisoner - can fight you with different means (a prisoner f.x. can try to flee), but that is fighting, not betrayal. (To betray someone there has to be some sort of positive connection between the two parts - if not it is not betrayal or “treacherous designs“). Some Muslims say this refers to captives pretending to become Muslims to save themselves - but the Quran clearly says that what a Muslim is forced to say against his will, is not to sin, and why should it be different for non-Muslims? Muhammad also clearly told that if somebody said he was a Muslim, this should be respected.

##283 8/72d: “Those who believed - - - and fought for the Faith, with their property (= gave money - like many Muslims do even today*) and their persons (= went to war personally*), in the cause of Allah, as well as those who gave them (warriors, terrorists*) asylum and aid (like what a large numbers of Muslims do today also - at least giving money and sympathy and aid to “the cause” included terrorism*) - all these (are good Muslims*)”. Comments unnecessary. Except one more strong proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same religion.

##284 8/73b: "The Unbelievers are protectors, one of another - - -". Comment in "The Message of the Quran" (A8/82): (The fact that non-Muslims denies that the Quran is the truth) "precludes the possibility of their ever being real friends to the believers (Muslims*)". A clear message to all Muslims. #####AND THIS IS TODAY'S MESSAGE TO MUSLIMS FROM ISLAM'S SCHOLARS AND THUS FROM ISLAM.

####285 8/73d: Comment to this verse in A8/82: "The fact of their (non-Muslims'*) being bent on denying the truth the divine message (the Quran*) constitutes - - - precludes the possibility of their ever being real friends to the believers (the Muslims)". Clear words for your money: If they are not Muslims, you cannot be real friends to them. Add to this the demand for dominance and you have a modern word: Apartheid. #####AND THIS IS TODAY'S MESSAGE TO MUSLIMS FROM ISLAM'S SCHOLARS AND THUS FROM ISLAM.

But as the Quran is not from any god - no god delivers that quality "holy" book: Is it a foe or a friend who tries to make you aware of such a serious fact?

286 8/75a: “And those (non-Muslims*) who accept Faith (become Muslims*) subsequently, and fight for the Faith in your company - they are of you”. If you become Muslim and wage war for Islam, you have proved you are a real Muslim. A good kind of proof for any Muslim leader who needs warriors or terrorists.

287 9/4c: "- - - Allah loveth the righteous". Can he then love the Muslims living according to also the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code and the unjust parts of the sharia laws?

###288 9/5a: “But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, and size them, beleaguer them, and lay in wait for them in every stratagem (of war).” Not even an incitement, but a clear order. (The old Arabia had 4 holy months a year - no. 1, 7, 11, 12 - when it was forbidden to wage war – though the Muslims at least made one raid during such a month. Islam took over this pagan custom like so many other pagan customs. These months are quite likely what “the forbidden months” refer to, but it also may mean the time from a covenant is lifted, till it is void. Unclear like so much in the Quran.

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###289 9/5b: “But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, and size them, beleaguer them, and lay in wait for them in every stratagem (of war.)”

#########This is “the Verse of the Sword” – the single verse in the Quran that is reckoned to contradict and to abrogate most peaceful verses of all the harsh and inhuman and bloody verses from the Medina period. (There are more "sword verses" in the Quran, but this is the most notorious one.) Muslim scholars say it abrogates 124 verses in the book, We have seen no numbers for how many it contradicts, but hardly fewer (also all abrogations in reality are contradictions – that is why they are deemed abrogations: to make one or more of the contradicting points invalid so that it is possible to live and behave according to the book - - - and to claim there are no contradictions in it as the contradicting point is abrogated, though this last fact Muslims never mention).

There are so many verses that 9/5 contradicts, that we have not found all. But note that all abrogations also were contradictions before one or more of the contradicting verses were abrogated (which is one of the reasons why it is nonsense when some Muslims say abrogations do not exist in the Quran – abrogations mean Allah is not omniscient, but had to try and fail and/or changed his mind every now and then. Without abrogations you have a lot more of serious contradictions in the book, and which is worst of contradictions which make the book impossible to follow in life, or abrogations that at least makes you wind your way through life? (but shows that Allah often was unable to find the best solution with the first try)). You will find more in the chapter about abrogations in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran".

Surah 9, including 9/5, came in 631 AD and according to the Islamic rules for abrogations, this means that it overrides nearly everything in the Quran (as normally the youngest abrogates the older).

Some of the contradictions (many of them also abrogations) follow a little further down.

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290 9/5c: The Muslims and Muhammad had treaties with some pagan tribes who had kept their part of the treaties as promised. Muhammad therefore could not attack them before the time/months of agreement (or holy months?) were over, “for Allah loveth the righteous”.

“But when the forbidden months are past, then fight and slay the Pagans wherever you find them, and seize them and beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in any stratagem of war”.

  1. Do you see the sick irony? Your partners - kill them as soon as permitted because they are not Muslims. Can the same happen to others they have treaties with?
  2. Pagans - also Arab pagans - got a very rough treatment often (though modern Muslims never mention this when talking about how well past Muslims treated non-Muslims); frequently they only got two choices: Die or become Muslims - in open violation of the Quran’s word about no compulsion in religion. (A word they often like to quote today even though they know it is dead - abrogated many times by 2 -3 dozen later verses.)
  3. This verse may be one of the reasons for the Muslims’ behavior f.x. when conquering India (now Pakistan + India + Bangladesh) and in Africa. There were large-scale mass murders, enslavement, etc.
  4. It also is a very nice word for terrorists today, as words from one situation in the Quran, normally can be used in similar situations - and as Muslim terrorists have no treaties with non-Muslims, and especially not in the West, it is just to start killing, because even if Europeans are not pagans, they are not Muslims. The same go for Muslims' behavior in f.x. Darfur.

###291 9/5d: “- - - and lie in wait for them with any stratagem of war”.

  1. As the Quran overrides any earthly law or agreement, this sentence may nullify the civilized(?) laws of war.
  2. The laws of war have laboriously been agreed on little by little since the battle of Solferino and before, to make war a little less inhuman. Terrorists accept not one single of the rules, partly because of this verse. The more inhuman the better often. A good religion.
  3. This sentence is a clear “go ahead” for terrorists for absolutely any atrocity - in Europe or anywhere.

Nice neighbors (but just remember that only a few Muslims are that kind of neighbors - though it may at times be difficult to know who is who, and this is a problem for any non-Muslim).

292 9/5g: "- - - (use*) any stratagem of war - - -". Compare this to NT!

293 9/5h: "- - - (use*) any stratagem of war - - -". Why do you think terrorists behave like they do, and why they - to say the least of it - do not respect the Geneva Conventions, and not behave like, but are depraved and degenerated "inhumans" when in action - - - and heroes to many a Muslim?

294 9/5j: "But if they (non-Muslims*) repent, and establish regular prayers and practice regular charity (= became Muslims*), then open a way for them - - -". Kill the non-Muslims, but if they become Muslims, then let them live - "no compulsion in religion"?

295 9/6a: "If one amongst the Pagan ask thee for asylum, grant it to him, so that he may hear the word of Allah - - -". Not because he is a human or anything; but only: To teach him Islam. It tells something about the moral code Muslims are imprinted.

296 9/7aa: "How can there be a league, before Allah and His Messenger with the Pagans, except those with whom ye made a treaty near the Sacred Mosque (Kabah in Mecca*)?" This sentence makes it impossible for Muslims to make valid leagues or treaties with pagans. A very informative fact for all pagans in the world - especially when you add Islam's rules for the use of dishonesty (al-Taqiyya - the lawful lie, Kitman - the lawful half-truth, Hilah - the lawful pretending/circumventing, deceit, betrayal, disuse of words/promises/oaths (2/225, 3/54 (if Allah can cheat, cheating is ok), 5/89, 16/91, 66/2)). If Muslims are not bound by such leagues or treaties, and in addition can use dishonesty and deceit free of charge, that is a nice situation for Islam and for Muslims, but definitely not for pagans. (What f.x. about the situation in India - Hindus are pagans according to Islam - and in large parts of Africa?)

297 9/7f: "- - - Allah doth love the righteous." As parts of the Quran and parts of Sharia are horribly unrighteous compared to all normal moral rules, does Allah then love Muslims if they live according to those points in the Quran and in Sharia?

298 9/7g: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

299 9/8a: "With (fair words from) their (pagans*) mouths they entice you, but their hearts are averse from you; most of them are rebellious and wicked". A clear message: Do not trust pagans (one of the pieces necessary for producing an "enemy picture" of "the others".)

BUT DO YOU SEE THE IRONY? THESE WORDS ARE FROM THE ONLY BIG GOD(?) AND THE ONLY BIG RELIGION WHICH ACCEPTS - YES, FOR DEFENDING OR PROMOTING THE RELIGION EVEN ADVICES - THE USE OF DISHONESTY, DECEIT, BETRAYAL, AND EVEN THE BREAKING/DISUSE OF OATHS, AS LEGITIMATE AND OK TOOLS OF WORK! Laugh or weep as you like.

300 9/8b: “- - - most of them (pagans*) are rebellious and wicked.” Of course - Pagans are not even Jews, nor Christians, who are bad enough. They are far below Muslim moral standard(!) - which is much different from "do to others like you want others do to you".

301 9/9e: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

302 9/10b: "In a Believer they (pagans*) respect not the ties - - - of kinship - - -". This is both an ironic and a dishonest remark. Surah 9 is from 631 AD, and by then Muhammad had long since, even in the Quran, told his followers to leave even parents and siblings if these did not accept your belonging to Islam.

303 9/10c: “It is they (the pagans*) who have transgressed all bounds”. Irony. Please read the surahs from Medina and Islamic history, and then try to read this sentence once more. (F.x. in at least - at least - 90% of Muhammad's armed incidents, Muhammad was the aggressor - and in most cases to gain riches and/or power.)

304 9/10d: (A9/16): “It is they (the pagans*) who have transgressed all bounds”. But as so often also Arab words have more than one meaning. Another meaning of the word “al-mu’tadun” gives this meaning: “It is they who are the attackers”. Clearly and easily understood Quran, and with no doubt about the exact meaning? And these variants naturally and like always also are in the Arab text, as the relevant word(s) there has/have more than one meaning. And here double irony: As said in more than 90% of the armed incidents, Muhammad and his Muslims were the aggressors - mainly raids for riches or battles in a war started and kept alive by Muhammad's raids.

305 9/11c: "- - - charity - - -". One of the positive sides with Islam is its stress on charity - though the moral value are reduced by the fact that the main thing is not to help, but to gain merit in Heaven, and by the fact that you gain just as much merit from helping your nearest family as from helping strangers - which places strangers far down on the priority list.

306 9/12a: “But if they (the leaders in Mecca*) violate their oath after their covenant - - - fight ye the chiefs of the Unfaithful - - -”. Well, for once Muhammad has a valid reason according to the laws of war: A broken covenant may be a reason for resumed war. This is shortly after taking Mecca, and he does not quite trust the old rulers (but the covenant was not broken, and there was no more war over Mecca then). On the other hand the whole verse is bloody ironic, as Muhammad himself in the Quran states - and practices - that one should break even ones oaths if that gives a better result, and then if necessary pay Allah an expiation to be forgiven. And one more irony: Muhammad broke the peace treaty with the Meccans when he took Mecca. It was for 10 years (and made in 628 AD), but he broke it after 2 years.

307 9/12f: "- - - for their (non-Muslims*) oaths are nothing to them - - -". Strange words from a man who practiced himself and impressed on his followers that it is better to break an oath if that gave a better result, and who lived by his slogan "war is betrayal" or "war is deceit" + that the use of dishonesty was and is an ok working tool in wide cases for Muhammad and for Islam and its Muslims. (F.x. 2/225a and 5/89a+b above, and 16/91e and 66/2a below, + al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), etc.)

308 9/13b: “Will ye (Muslims*) not fight people who violated their oaths (like Muhammad did himself*), plotted to expel the Messenger - - -". See 9/1e above.

######By the way: Should not the world react to a religion which has dishonesty, betrayal, and broken words/promises/oaths (2/225, 5/89, 16/61,66/2)as officially accepted working tools, when that religion accepts no dishonesty from others but use claimed - claimed - dishonesty from them as slander and tools for making an enemy picture of them? And not to forget: Combine this quote with Muhammad's, the Quran's, and Islam's acceptance and more of the use of dishonesty as a working tool, and laugh - or weep.

309 9/14a: "Fight them - - -". A more direct order is not possible to get - - - and from the leader of the claimed "religion of peace".

310 9/14c: “Fight them (the not good Muslims*), and Allah will punish them by your hands, cover them with shame - - -.” This at least contradicts – and abrogates:

  1. 2/256: “Let there be no compulsion in Religion.”
  2. 00b 5/28: “If thou (“infidels”, Cain*) dost stretch thy hand against me (Muslims, Abel*), it is not for me to stretch my hand against thee to slay thee - - -.” When you read this, remember that Muslims have few if any overall moral codes. What they have to do is to look for “What did Muhammad say about such things?” If he has said something, they take that as a code – good moral or not. If not, they have to look in the book: “Is there a parallel situation somewhere?” If they find – sometimes by stretching imagination – that is the way to act, or the alibi for how one wishes to act. Mind also that this verse is one of the very few in all the Quran that is in accordance with the teachings of Jesus – one of the very few. And it is totally “murdered” by abrogations. This verse is contradicted (and abrogates) by at least these verses (here are 88 out of the 124 Muslim scholars say are abrogated by 9/5): 2/109, 2/190, 2/256, 2/272, 3/20, 4/62, 4/81, 4/90, 5/3, 5/28, 5/48, 5/99, 6/60, 6/66, 6/70, 6/104, 6/107, 6/112, 6/158, 7/87, 7/188, 7/193, 7/199, 8/61, 9/68, 10/41, 10/99, 10/102, 10/108, 11/12, 11/121, 13/40, 15/3, 15/94, 16/35, 16/82, 16/125, 16/126, 16/127, 17/54, 18/29, 18/56, 19/39, 20/130, 21/107, 21/112, 22/49, 22/68, 23/54, 23/96, 24/54, 26/216, 27/92, 28/50, 28/55, 29/18, 29/46, 32/30, 34/25, 34/28, 35/23, 35/24a, 36/17, 39/41, 41/34, 42/6, 42/15, 42/48, 43/83, 43/89, 44/59, 45/14, 46/9, 46/135a, 46/135b, 46/135b, 50/39, 50/45, 51/50-51, 51/54, 52/45, 52/47, 53/29, 67/26, 73/10, 73/11, 79/45, 86/17, 88/22, 109/6. They are all quoted under 9/5 . (At least 91 contradictions).

Where is the logic in that an omnipotent, good and benevolent god needed his followers to punish - and by means of terror, suppression and blood - his non-believers? The need for help does not correspond to his claimed mighty power, and the inhuman ways it was done far from corresponds with his claimed goodness and benevolence.

###Where there are disagreements between words and reality, we always believe in the reality. Words easily are propaganda or bluffs, reality is reliable.

##311 9/14e: “Fight them (the “unbelievers”*), and Allah will punish them by your hands, cover them with shame, help you (to victory) over them - - -”. When you fight non-Muslims, you are doing the work of the good and benevolent god Allah.

Some religion: Hating, fighting, stealing, plundering, raping, enslavement, and murdering are the work of the god.

And remember: The “ethics” and "morality" in the Quran was for then, for now, and forever - for us and for our children and our descendants for all future.

“What a wonderful world!” to quote Louis Armstrong.

But why does an omnipotent god need humans for doing the killing and suppression?

###War mongering for religion is one more strong proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same religion. You do not find anything like this in the Bible, and especially not in NT. (There is some war in OT, but not for religion.)

312 9/16d: “- - - take none (no non-Muslim*) for friends and protectors - - -”. It is hardly possible to forbid close contact between Muslims and others in more direct words.

313 9/16g: "- - - strive with might and main - - -" = fight with everything you have got included your wealth and your life.

314 9/16i: "- - - take none for friends or protectors except Allah, His Messenger (Muhammad*) and the (community of) Believers (Muslims*) - - -". Strongly contradicted by Yahweh and by Jesus in the Bible.

315 9/19a: “Do ye make the giving of drink to pilgrims, or the maintenance of the Sacred Mosque, equal to (the pious service of) those who believe in Allah and the Last Day and strive with their might and mind (wages war - see 9/16 just above*) in the cause of Allah?”

Of course the active warriors – or terrorists - are the best. f.x. the warriors in Darfur and terrorists anywhere think they are doing a pious service by killing and murdering - - and gang raping like in Darfur and other places where it is more like normal wars, not hit and run - and of course stealing and robbing for “lawful and good” reward also in this world.

Yes, a good and human and benevolent religion.

And some future for non-Muslims - one place in the Quran, the warriors are reminded that there are places with rich spoils of war not taken yet. In the West? – or other places? It does not matter – this verse tells once more that the warriors are the best Muslims - - - and that spoils of war are tempting.

316 9/19c: "- - - (the pious service of) those who - - - strive with might and main (= go to raids/war*) in the cause of Allah". The word "pious" here tells much more and a much truer story about Muhammad, the Quran, and Islam and their basic ethics and moral, than cheap slogans like "the religion of peace". When reality collides with words of propaganda, we always believe in the reality. Islam is a pure war religion. (This reality also is easy to see if you read the surahs chronologically and see the development of Islam during the years of Muhammad, and the bloody war religion it became in Medina.)

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

317 9/19d: "- - - (the pious service of) those who - - - strive with might and main (= go to raids/war*) in the cause of Allah". This simply is the antipode of especially NT. Yahweh the same god as Allah? Jesus and Muhammad in the same line of prophets? No - antipodes only can be antipodes also for gods and for prophets.

##318 9/19i: “They (Muslims doing good deeds*) are not comparable in the sight of Allah (with the ones killing/waging raids/war for Muhammad/Allah*)”. Terrorists and others using weapons and murdering for Allah, are the best Muslims. See 9/19h above.

Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

319 9/19n: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###320 9/20b: “Those who believe, and suffer exile and strive with their might and main (= fight in raids/war*), in Allah’s cause, with their goods (= giving money to war expenses*) and their persons (= fighting personally in raids/war or terrorism - “any stratagem of war”*), have the highest rank in the sight of Allah - - -”.

Terrorists (- any stratagem of war" -) and other warriors are doubtlessly the very best Muslims.

In possible future times of troubles - remember that Muslims are ordered to make Islam the dominant religion and to suppress the members of all other religions - the few (? - 30% of Muslims “understands why terrorists do what they do“ according to international polls, though that number varies some*) Muslims living according to the highest “ethics” for Muslims, will make a powerful and efficient 5. column in the West and other places. That is a simple military and security fact.

#####321 9/20e: "(Warriors/terrorists*) have the highest rank in the sight of Allah". One more of the revealing fundamental points in the Quran. It is facts like these which tells the true story about Islam, not the cheap propaganda glorifications like "the very good man Muhammad" or "the Religion of Peace". And these many revealing points scattered all over especially the surahs from Medina, uniformly tell a dark story: A religion of war, suppression, apartheid - and not least about lawful dishonesty, lawful immoral and lawful inhumanity. (There are many parallels to Djingis Khan's war religion, to Nazism and to apartheid in the Quran. Islam also has a superiority complex against all non-Muslims - it f.x. is seriously debated f.x. in north Pakistan if even "the people of the Book" have half the value of a Muslim or less, and the Pagans are even worth far less).

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

*322 9/20h: “- - - they (terrorists/warriors*) are the people who will achieve (salvation)”. The very antithesis of the NT - and one more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh is not the same god as Allah or Jesus in the same line of prophets as Muhammad - the teachings, the moral code, etc. are too fundamentally, too deeply and on too many points far too different. And we remind you that both science and even more Islam has proved beyond any reasonable and unreasonable doubt that the Bible is not falsified, in spite of the Quran's never documented claim.

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

*323 9/21b: “Their (terrorists/warriors*) Lord (Allah*) doth give them glad tidings of a Mercy (that terrorists/warriors for Allah are forgiven practically any sin*) from Himself (from Allah personally*), of His good pleasure (from the fighting and murdering they have done for the good and kind and benevolent god*), and the Gardens for them, wherein are delights (earth-like riches, luxury and women*) that endures”. One more at least 110% proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and for that the Jewish prophets, not to mention Jesus, were not in the same line of prophets as Muhammad claimed to be. See 9/20h above.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

*324 9/22a: “They (terrorists/warriors*) will dwell therein (in paradise) forever". 11/108c may indicate that Islam's Paradise is not forever.

*325 9/22b: “They (terrorists/warriors*) will dwell therein (in paradise) forever. Verily (it definitely is no proved verity/truth*) in Allah’s presence is a reward, the greatest (of all)”. Warriors/terrorists are in so high esteem in the eyes of Allah, that they will be invited to live in the parts of paradise that has Allah’s presence. (In the Muslim paradise some parts are even better than others - Jesus f.x. only lives in the 2. heaven, whereas Moses was a better prophet and lives in heaven number four, and top prophets like Abraham and Muhammad of course in number seven, closest to Allah, who resides above number seven. In addition some regions of the heavens are better than others - in the heaven for ordinary Muslims, there f.x. are 4 or 6 or perhaps more gardens - Islam does not know for sure - one better than the other (just hope you, your wives and your children do not merit different gardens).

Compared to 9/21 this may be an even more ultimate pep talk.

But how could any humans have entered Heaven before the Day of Doom?

326 9/23e: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###327 9/24a: “If (your closest family or closest relatives*) are dearer to you than Allah, or His Messenger (Muhammad*), or the striving (waging war*) in His (Allah’s*) cause - then wait until Allah brings his Decision (- he will punish you*)”. Islam is a religion of extremes. Nothing - NOTHING - can be permitted to mean more for you than Muhammad - and war for Islam - on this earth, and Allah in the possible next. This is as bad as Stalin, Hitler, Mao and Pol Pot at their most extreme. And friendly contacts - not to mention friendship - with non-Muslims are gigabytes on the way in direction of Hell.

####328 ##9/29a: “Fight those who believe not in Allah - - -.” A most clear order - - - in spite of “no compulsion in religion” (2/256). One of those clear orders which shows reality and belies the glorious words about a "Religion of Peace". Like said before: Whenever there is discrepancy between reality and propaganda, we believe in the reality.

Compare this sentence with the 3 samples below and weep:

  1. 2/256: “Let there be no compulsion in religion”. This is the flagship for all Muslims who wants to impress non-Muslims about how peaceful and tolerant Islam is. But NB! NB! The surah says: “Let it be - - -.” It is an incitement or – judging also from 2/255 – more likely a wish, it is not a manifested fact. It is a hope or a goal for the future, it is not something that exist – and all the same most Muslims quote it like this: “There is no compulsion in Religion” - - - a small, little “Kitman” (lawful half-truth – an expression special for Islam together with “al-Taqiyya", the lawful lie, and "Hilah", the lawful pretending/circumventing) makes the Quran and the religion sound much more friendly and tolerant.
  2. 5/28: “If thou (“infidels”, Cain*) dost stretch thy hand against me (Muslims, Abel*), it is not for me to stretch my hand against thee to slay thee - - -.” When you read this, remember that Muslims have few if any overall moral codes. What they have to do is to look for “What did Muhammad say about such things?” If he has said or done something, they take that as a moral code – good moral or not. If not, they have to look in the book: “Is there a parallel situation somewhere?” If they find – sometimes by stretching imagination – that is the way to act, or the alibi for how one wishes to act. Mind also that this verse is one of the very few in the entire Quran that is in accordance with the teachings of Jesus – one of the very few. And it is totally “murdered” by abrogations.
  3. 29/46: “And dispute ye not with the People of the Book - - -. “ No comments – but read 9/29 once more.

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

##329 9/29b: "Fight those who do not believe - - -". An extreme contradiction to the Bible - incompatible to even the hardest parts of OT. Religion never was the reason for war in OT - it was fight for land or safety - and in NT armed fighting hardly is accepted at all. Yahweh and Allah the same god? Jesus and Muhammad in the same line of prophets? Impossible is the only possible answer to both. One of the strong proofs.

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#########330 9/29c: “Fight those who believe not in Allah - - - until they pay jizya (extra tax - sometimes heavy (and there may be land tax in addition - often 50%)) with willing submission and feel themselves subdued.” A clear and unmistakable order. The softest word possible: Discrimination or apartheid. There are a number of stronger ones. And the jizya frequently was high. Comments on how it is to live under such helpless apartheid conditions is not necessary - the Negroes in South Africa or the Southern States in USA in earlier times could tell you - even though they at least did not have to pay an extra tax on top of all.

Also see other chapters (in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran") - f.x. “Muslims are better than other people”, like 25/44 or 68/35+36, and “Age Golden Age of Coexistence".

THE CLAIM THAT ISLAM IS THE RELIGION OF PEACE, IS SERIOUSLY WRONG.

One more fundamental point: There NEVER was anything like this in the Bible - see f.x. Jesus' words: "Give to Caesar (meaning the emperor*) what is Caesar's and to Yahweh what is Yahweh's", and also the Bible's damning words about "serving Mammon (money*)". Allah's and Muhammad's greed for riches is one more of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and Jesus and Muhammad far from in the same religion.

Also: Combine this quote with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

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BUT THE MAIN POINT MAY BE THAT THIS IS THE MAIN AND CENTRAL POLITICAL MESSAGE AND ORDER TO ALL ISLAM AND ALL MUSLIMS THEN AND FOREVER - A FACT NON-MUSLIMS SHOULD BE AWARE OF AND N E V E R FORGET. THE OFFICIAL GOAL AND ORDER FOR ISLAM IS TO CONQUER EVERYTHING AND SUPPRESS ALL NON-MUSLIMS TO BECOME SLAVES OR SEMI SLAVES UNDER ISLAM, (and pagans worse off than Jews and Christians.)

This sentence must be seen in connection to 9/33j below.

This is the promised future for non-Muslims under Islam. A religion so full of errors that the book itself proves there is no god behind it. Perhaps the dark forces, but not any god.

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331 9/29d: “Fight those who believe not in Allah - - - until they pay jizya (extra tax - sometimes heavy) with willing submission and feel themselves subdued.” One of the elements in the sharia laws.

Combine this with Islam's slogan: "Islam is the Religion of Peace" and weep - or laugh.

###332 9/29h: (Islam is) ”the religion of Truth”. It is not 100% - an understatement - the truth with that many mistakes, etc. in the Quran. That the Quran is the truth, is just a claim, not a proved fact. The difficult additional question is: With that many mistaken facts - are there also mistakes in the religious claims? And in addition there are the facts of “al-Taqiyya” (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) and broken oaths and deceit - how much in a religion using such means is true? Much simply is proved wrong +: With all those errors, etc. the book at least it is not made by an omniscient god.

####One may wonder why one so seldom meets the slogan "Islam is the Religion of Honesty" from Islam and from Muslims. But it is as well, because it would not be possible to claim both that Islam is the religion of truth and that Islam is the religion of honesty, without being dishonest. Yes, it is not even possible to claim that Islam is the religion of honesty without being dishonest - remember, al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, the accepted use of deceit and betrayal, and not least the accepted disuse of even oaths.

####One also may wonder how it is possible for Muslims to believe that a man who introduced and practiced such rules for the use of dishonesty, never deceived them a little to gain and keep power. F.x. by claiming that the religion nobody had heard about before, but which was his platform of power, was "the religion of Truth".

Also: Combine this to Muhammad's, the Quran's, and Islam's rules for the use of dishonesty - al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, deceit, disuse of words/promises/oaths - and have a hearty laugh.

333 9/29j: "- - - (fight the non-Muslims*) (even if they are) of the People of the Book - - - ". An order impossible to misunderstand - from the claimed "good an benevolent god" of "the (claimed) religion of Peace".

334 9/29n: "- - - jizya - - -". This is a special tax the Quran orders non-Muslims to pay in Muslim countries. In contradiction to the zakat - tax for Muslims - which was regulated in the Quran, there was no limit to the jizya, neither to what it could be used for, nor for how big it could be. The result was that when the leaders needed money, they demanded more jizya - sometimes so much that the non-Muslims had to flee because it was impossible for them to pay. You sometimes meet Muslims claiming the jizya is compensation for that the non-Muslims do not have to serve in the Military, etc. But this is mentioned neither in the Quran, nor in Hadiths - jizya simply is a fiscal tax to get money. Less often mentioned is the land-tax - rent for land - which also could be high. Muhammad f.x. demanded 50% from Jews permitted to live on around Khaybar, and this therefore often became the norm.

###335 9/29p: The non-Muslims in Muslim countries shall pay jizya (extra tax), "and feel themselves subdued". A sentence which is NEVER quoted by Muslims in debates. But a most central sentence when it comes to telling what status, power and position non-Muslims according to the Quran shall have in a Muslim state. And it was harsh realities many places in the old times - they had to pay the Jizya under demeaning conditions at times, and the tax could be so high, that it was ruinous at places and times.

###336 9/29q: The non-Muslims in Muslim countries shall pay jizya (extra tax), "and feel themselves subdued". What had been the reaction if a non-Muslim country had demanded this for their Muslim citizen? - remember here that also this part of the Quran is valid today and forever.

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###337 9/33j: "- - - to proclaim it (Islam*) over all religion - - -". This is a sentence to beware of, because this is the official goal for Islam even today and for all foreseeable future: Dominate and suppress all others.

This sentence must be seen in connection to 9/29c above.

This is the promised future for non-Muslims under Islam. A religion so full of errors that the book itself proves there is no god behind it. Perhaps the dark forces, but not any god.

And it is symptomatic that parallel to this, Islam claims that non-Muslims treat them badly when informing about realities in and connected to Islam, because "according to ethics and rules of modern era interference in anyone's religion is serious crime which cannot be tolerated". Hypocrisy - and even more so if you look at Islam's behavior especially in Africa and Asia through the times and today.

Even correct information about Islam is "serious crime which cannot be tolerated" from "people having destructive minds" and "dirty minds", and they are "criminally minded people". On the background of burning and demolition of churches, etc., and on Muslims' discrimination, mistreatment, and even murder of non-Muslims which Islam does little to stop, words like these receive negative reactions instead of sympathy - who likes obvious hypocrisy? Also see 9/33ja just below

"The permission to inform about and debate all and everything is the heart blood of democracy. Prohibition of debating what the rulers do not like people to be informed about, is the heart blood of despotism". NB: This quote is not from a Muslim source.

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###338 9/33ja: "- - - to proclaim it (Islam*) over all religion, even though the Pagans may detest it - - -". What other people want, does not matter much to Muslims and Islam. This even though if the Quran is a made up book, Islam itself is a pagan religion - and especially so if the book is from or inspired by the dark forces, like large parts of both the book and its moral code may indicate.

339 9/34e: "And there are those who bury silver and gold and spend it not in the Way of Allah: announce unto them a most grievous penalty - - -". If you are well off and do not spend at least a reasonable part of your wealth for religiously accepted purposes - which includes waging war on non-Muslims - you will be strongly punished. A nice rule for a warlord who needed to finance wars and raids.

340 9/36g: "But know that Allah is with those who restrain themselves". Please read the history - the real one - about Muhammad and about Islam. Did any of them live up to this? AND HOW MANY MUSLIMS RESTRAINS THEMSELVES WHEN DESTROYING NON-MUSLIM PROPERTY, INCLUDED CHURCHES, ETC., AND NON-MUSLIM LIVING THERE - - - AND EVEN THEIR LIVES?

341 9/37e: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

342 9/38b: “O ye who believe! What is the matter with you, that, when ye are asked to go forth in the Cause of Allah (= to go to war*), ye cling heavily to the earth. Do ye prefer the life of this world to the Hereafter?” A very rhetoric question it is very difficult for a really pious Muslim not to answer “no” to. And also a question which tells a lot about Islam.

###343 NB: 9/38d: In connection to verse 9/38 we quote from comment YA1299: "When a call (for war*) is made on behalf of a great cause (Islam*), the fortunate ones are those who have the privilege of responding to the call. The unfortunate ones are those who are so engrossed in their parochial affairs that they turn a deaf ear to the appeal. They are suffering from a spiritual disease". These comments are from our times, so you see that even now Muslim scholars mean that if you do not want to go to war whenever the religion calls, you are mentally ill. Further comments necessary?

And YA1300: "The choice is between two courses: will you choose a noble adventure (war*) and the glorious privilege of following your spiritual leader (to war*), or grovel in the earth for some small worldly gain or for fear of worldly loss (f.x. your life or health*)?" "The Religion of Peace" anno nowadays - this claim is as wrong today as it always was.

Islam "the Religion of Peace" even today? Do not laugh - it is impolite.

344 9/38e: There is nothing like this in the Bible - not even in the OT (not to mention NT). Yahweh and Allah the same god? Jesus and Muhammad in the same line of prophets? Believe it if you are able to.

###345 9/39a: “Unless ye (Muslims*) go forth (in war/battle for Islam/Muhammad*), He (Allah*) will punish you with a grievous penalty (normally in the Quran a synonym for Hell*) - - -”. An order not possible to misunderstand for a pious - or fanatic - Muslim.

Yes, a religion built on peace, goodness and heavenly moral and ethics.

THIS IS THE ORDER ALSO TODAY - JUST LISTEN TO SOME IMAMS, ETC. - see 9/38d.

THIS VERSE TELLS HORRIBLY MUCH ABOUT ISLAM AS IT IS TAUGHT IN THE QURAN.

VERSES LIKE THIS - THERE ARE MANY - AND QUOTES LIKE IN 9/38d TELL CHILLING FACTS ABOUT HOW ISLAM IS TAUGHT IN MADRASAS (RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS), MOSQUES, AND ISLAMIC MEDIA ALSO TODAY. WHEN THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NICE WORDS AND CLAIMS (F.X. "ISLAM IS THE RELIGION OF PEACE") AND REALITY GIVEN IN TEACHING, IDEOLOGY, DEMANDS, AND ORDERS, WE ALWAYS BELIEVE IN THE REALITY.

One of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - not to mention that Jesus and Muhammad were not in the same religion.

Islam "the Religion of Peace"? Do not laugh - it is impolite.

346 9/40a: “If ye help not (your Leader (then Muhammad - today any religious leader?*)), (it is no matter (for Allah helps*)).” This is said partly on a special background, but like so many places in the Quran, it may mean all Muslims at any time. Help your leaders in war and atrocities – just like what Muhammad needed help for often.

##347 9/44a: “Those who believe in Allah and the Last Day ask for no exemption from striving with their goods (giving money to finance war*) and persons (= waging war*)”.

If you are a real Muslim, you do not refrain from going to war.

348 9/44e: “And Allah knoweth well those (the Muslims going to war for Allah/Muhammad*) who do their duty”. It is not possible to deny - like most Muslims and many politically correct others try to do today - that war (against “unbelievers”) is a duty for Muslims. It is impossible to say it more directly than the Quran does here. And also that Allah knows the ones who goes to war - and the ones who do not. Ominous for the ones who do not. Also see 2/233h above. "The Religion of Peace"? - do not laugh, it is impolite.

##349 9/45a: “Only those ask thee (Muhammad*) for exemption (from doing battle*) who believe not in Allah and the Last day”. Terrorists and fanatical mullahs/imams are right and do right according to the Quran, because the Quran is pretty clear on what it means. And the ones only claiming there are verses which can be disused by terrorists to defend their activity are pretty naive and without knowledge about the book. "The Religion of Peace"? This claim is an insult to anyone who has read the surahs from Medina with an open mind.

350 9/47c: “But Allah knoweth well those who do wrong (= those not wanting to go to war*)”. The terrorists are right: It is not the terrorists who do wrong, it is the ones reluctant to murder and kill and fight. Really a religion for peace and goodness run by a benevolent god. The sentence also is a warning: Go to war, or else - - -!

351 9/47d: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

352 9/49f: "Have they (the ones not wanting to go to war*) not fallen into trial already?" Indication: They have been tried by the order to go to war, and found that they are proved to be "too light" and wanting in the eyes of Muhammad and Allah by asking exemption.

###353 9/51a: “Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us - - -”. Allah decides everything. The predestination - but where then is the claimed free will of man which justifies Allah's punishments for sins? - not even Islam is able to explain that. Islam even admits it is not possible to explain it, but adds lamely that it all the same must be true, because Allah says so in the Quran(!!) (A6/141 - 6/143 in English 2008 edition). The ultimate defeat for the brain vs. blind belief.

And where is the effect of prayers in Islam, if Allah already has predestined what is going to happen, like the Quran tells he always do?

354 9/51c: “Nothing can happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us - - -”. Well, Islam tells it is the free will of man that brings on bad incidents and life. This verse contradicts that, to say the least of it. So just go safely to war.

A warrior or terrorist can only win - riches and glory or Paradise. (Mutilation, becoming a cripple, etc. is never mentioned).

Well, as said he may become a cripple f.x. and live a long life in misery - but that is never mentioned. Also his family may live in misery - also never mentioned.

Also the Quran NEVER mentions that the non-Muslims are humans and what the devastation of their culture and lives means to them - it is of absolutely no consequence and without the slightest interest to Islam or Muslims. The destruction of Persia - and for that case the East Roman culture or the terror in Pakistan/India/Bangladesh and Africa - represented long series of terrible dramas and catastrophes for people and culture and science, but the only things which counted - and still counts - for Islam, was a lot of spoils of war - and power and riches for their leaders, and like it or not: Frequently forcing people to become Muslims - frequently by weapons, and always using social and other kinds of pressure - and by extra tax (jizya), often high. Even today we have never met a Muslim able to see this side of their wars or murders or suppression, not to mention what rape and enslavement meant to millions of victims - never to this day, not one single time have we heard a Muslim regret this. Only in the western culture the ability to see the fate of the victims is widespread - a military weak spot, but one of the points which perhaps make the western culture better than some others of the big ones. (To say anything good about the West is politically incorrect, but we do not care for what is politically correct - we are able to think ourselves, and what counts is what is correct, not what is politically correct).

355 9/52a: “Can you see for us (Muslims*) (any fate) other than the two glorious things – (martyrdom or victory)?” Definitely yes: We can see the war cripple. We can see the families destroyed because the husband/father is dead – or a cripple. We can on the other hand see men building their country instead of destroying neighboring countries - or at least leaving their neighbors in peace, so that the neighbors can build their countries. And we are able to see the price of war: Brutalized humans and destruction – a war never builds anything, it destroys. And we also can see the second possibility the Quran never mentions, except as minor set-backs: Defeat. It may give some of the victors a chance to steal and suppress and become rich – but for a terrible price for others. But this price the Quran never mentions and never cares about - it is as said paid by others.

###Islam seems to represent such a backward culture, that its members were and to a large degree are unable to see - or care for - what catastrophes and destroyed lives they inflict on others, as long as they themselves become rich and perhaps powerful. No price is too high for a good life and riches - - - as long as others have to pay for it.

Well, to inflict the religion on others also counts and counted for some of them. A religion built on a book so full of mistakes, contradictions and other errors, that it is not from any god.

Islam "the Religion of Peace"? Do not laugh - it is impolite.

####356 9/52c: "But we (Muslims*) can expect for you (non-Muslims*) either that Allah will send his punishment from Himself, or by our hands". The last part of the sentence means that when Muslims are fighting or in other ways are being adverse to non-Muslims, they are doing the work of Allah - punishing them for him. Mistreating, raping, extorting, suppressing, torturing, murdering non-Muslims are sermons to Allah! Comments? Yahweh and Allah the same god? Jesus and Muhammad in the same religion? Not even nonsense.

Islam "the Religion of Peace"? Do not laugh - it is impolite.

357 9/56-57: Not everybody wanted to go to war - a pep-talk against these ones. (#######But when judging Muslims, remember that large numbers of them do not want war - just like you and me they only want a life in peace and quiet and a reasonably standard of living, together with their loved ones. They are humans just like everybody else. Of course it may be difficult to know who of the Muslims are humans and who are more or less inhumanized by the hate and war and apartheid/superiority complex religion, but none should be judged bad only because he/she is a Muslim.)

358 9/58a: "- - - men who slander thee (Muhammad*) in the matter of (the distribution) of the alms - - -". Muhammad often used the riches of Islam as "gifts"/bribes to make unsure persons stay Muslims or become Muslims. Then it was not always plenty for the needy - nor always leaving a "fair" share of the booty to the real warriors. Both produced dissatisfaction.

359 9/59a: "If they (Muslims*) has been content with what Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) gave them". It was Muhammad who split the loot, but to reduce his blame and to put weight behind his claim, he adds Allah. "Accept the authorities and be content with what they/Muhammad decide!" This is any dictator's point of view - be satisfied with what I decide and what I do.

360 9/59j: "(That would have been the right course)". To accept Muhammad's acts/words without comments or opposition - any dictator's dream.

361 9/59k: "- - - right - - -". See 2/2b above.

###362 9/60a: "Alms are for(:*)"

  1. - the poor and the needy,
  2. - and (for*) those employed to administer the (funds);
  3. - for those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to Truth (= new Muslims*)) (many new Muslims were not very strong in the belief, and besides many did not enter Islam because of the religion, but to be able to gain/rob riches, slaves and women. Hadiths tells about "gifts" to tribal chiefs of up to a hundred camels - stolen/robbed from non-Muslims - given to make those chiefs wanting to continue to follow Muhammad, and also tell about episodes where his older followers grumbled because new follower got too much of the spoils and they themselves too little, and where Muhammad explained that it was wise to give weak believers much to make them continue in the religion*);
  4. - for those in bondage (NB: Muslim such*) and in debt;
  5. - in the cause of Allah (= for spreading Islam - without or with use of arms. According to our sources a lot was used for this - military actions cost money. There are few other religions where gifts for financing of raids for stealing/robbing, etc., and for war - normally of aggression - are reckoned to be alms);
  6. - and for the wayfarer (to a large degree pilgrims to Mecca*).

(thus is it) ordained by Allah - - -".

(For the sake of better overview, we here have use another lay-out than the Yusuf Ali, whom we are quoting here.)

These rules also were for the use of the zakat - the so-called "poor-tax" - a tax every Muslim who was/is not too poor had/has to pay to the rulers. Mainly it is 2.5% of what you own - not of your income, but of what you own - but up to 10%).

363 9/62a: "- - - it is more fitting if they (people*) should please Allah and his Messenger, if they are Believers". A nice piece of divine declaration for any dictator.

364 9/67b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

365 9/67c: "- - - just - - -". See 9/67a above.

366 9/71c: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

367 9/71d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

###368 9/73b: “Strive (fight*) hard against the Unbelievers and the Hypocrites - - -.” Straight words for your money.

369 9/73e: "- - - be firm against them (non-Muslims and hypocrites*)". When the idol Muhammad should be firm against them, of course all other Muslims should be the same.

370 9/74k: "- - - (- - - evil ways) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance to its own partly immoral moral code.

371 9/75f: "- - - righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

###372 9/77a: “- - - He (Allah*) hath put as a consequence hypocrisy into their hearts, (to last) till the Day (of Doom*)”. As you see also the hypocrites have no choice - they actually are made hypocrites by Allah, and he gives them no chance of changing their mind. But the good god all the same is going to punish them severely. Besides: Compare this with "the 11. hour" (Matt. 20/8-13) in NT - Yahweh and Allah the same god? With as fundamental differences in the religion as this, only one answer is possible. Also see 2/7c above.

373 9/80a: "Whether thou (Muhammad*) ask for their forgiveness, or not (their sin is unforgivable): if you ask seventy times for their forgiveness, Allah will not forgive them - - -." Some contrast to the NT: There is no sin which is unforgivable if there is honest regret and remorse. And Jesus said: "You shall forgive seventy times seven times" (if there is real regret and remorse). The same god? - prophets in the same line of traditions? Hardly, to use an understatement.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

374 9/81h: This verse in short: The ones not willing to do battle may end in hell. Do you want end there? One more of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad neither serving the same god nor the same religion - the differences between them - and between their teachings, moral codes, etc. are far too big, too deep, and too fundamental

375 9/82a: "Let them (the ones not wanting war*) laugh a little: Much will they weep - - -". See 3/77b above.

376 9/82b: "- - - (evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

377 9/83: "Never shall ye (some people*) come out (to raid or make war*) with me (Muhammad*), nor fight an enemy with me - - -". To say the very least of it: Most different from NT and its New Covenant. Yahweh and Allah the same god? Jesus and Muhammad in the same line of prophets? Not possible is not even the first letter or even comma of the answer.

378 9/83-84: The ones not willing to do battle are to be socially despised. No comments necessary, except that there is at least one grotesque example of this social punishment, not to say terrorizing, in Hadiths. Incompatible to NT.

379 9/84a: “Nor do thou ever pray for any of them (those that did not want to go to war*) that dies, nor stand at his grave, for they rejected Allah and (not least?*) His Messenger (Muhammad*), and died in a state of perverse rebellion.” It is perverse not to obey when Islam wants war. If not the carrot of stealing riches, taking slaves and raping women + Heaven should attract the ones reluctant to go to war, then use heavy social pressure to force them. War is very essential for the Quran. And “is”, not only “was” - “is” for all future.

##380 9/85b: “Allah’s plan is to punish them (the ones not wanting to go to war*) with these things in this world, and that their souls may perish in their (very) denial of Allah”. Refusing war means:

  1. Social contempt.
  2. To most likely end in Hell.
  3. To deny Allah.

Is it possible to put more social and religious pressure on a man to make him go to war - willing or not? Anyone saying Islam is peaceful, either has not read the Quran, is repeating “correct” words but wrong meanings, or is a Muslim (who believes it or not believes it). In addition he or she must accept the claim that the Bible is falsified - a claim both science and Islam strongly have proved to be wrong, by being unable to find even one documented falsification in the existing some 45ooo relevant scriptures and fragments older than 610 AD. There are MANY claims from Muslims and from Islamic institutions (cfr. here the Islamic rules for the use of dishonesty to defend and/or promote Islam) but not one proved case. (An interesting extra point here is the fact that there exists not one copy or fragments from the Quran older than 610 AD when Muhammad started his mission. This in spite of that the Quran tells that all claimed prophets/messengers - 124ooo or more according to Hadiths - received a book similar to the Quran (copy of the claimed "Mother of the Book" = "Mother" of the Quran), books which naturally in addition would have been copied by hand, like all central books were in the old times, so that there may be should have existed at least a million complete or partly copies of these Quran-like books through the times. Far more copies than there ever existed of the Bible.

#####Not one single copy or even fragment older than 610 AD when Muhammad started his mission is ever found. Are the claims a bluff? Or may be an al-Taqiyya or something? - Muhammad as showed was not averse to lying in the Quran.

381 9/86a: “When a surah comes down (to Muhammad*), enjoining them to believe in Allah and strive and struggle (= make war*) with His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - - (some do not want to go to war - they prefer to stay with the women, not a nice reputation for an Arab in 631 AD, not to mention for a Bedouin warrior*)”. But after all not every Muslim liked – or likes – war.

382 9/87b: "- - - their (doubters'*) heart is sealed - - -". But how can Allah judge them when he himself has "sealed their hearts" (= made it impossible for them to understand)?

383 9/88a: “But the Messenger (Muhammad*), and all those who believe with him, strive and struggle with their wealth and their persons (= wage war*): for them are (all) good things (like spoils of war, slaves, women to rape, etc.*): and it is they who will prosper”.

To say the least of it: Incitement to wage war for Muhammad/Islam. But NB: This claim was never proved - it just is words.

384 9/88d: "- - - strive and struggle with their wealth and their persons - - -". An expression used in the Quran rather frequently. It means to use of your wealth to enable yourself to go to war and or help Muhammad to finance his wars, plus take part in the war or raids yourself. Try to find something even remotely similar in NT. Definitely not the same god or the same line of prophets preaching.

385 9/89a: “Allah hath prepared for them (his warriors/terrorists) Gardens under which rivers flow, to dwell therein: that is the supreme felicity”.

Once more - to say the least of it: Incitement to wage war for Muhammad - and for Allah if he exists. On the other hand: How will "life" in such a boring paradise be in the long run - no mental activity at all?

387 9/91h: Verse 9/91 in short says that only those with heavy reasons for staying at home when Allah - Muhammad - wants a raid or a war, were to be excused for not joining the raid or war party.

588 9/93a: “The ground (of complaint (for not wanting war*)) is against such as claim an exemption while they are rich - - -”. If you can afford to go to war - or if someone, included the leaders (see 9/92) can help you - then it is a valid reason for complaint and contempt against you if you do not want to go to war.

A stark contrast to NT: “Thou shallt not Kill”. Yahweh and Allah the same god? - an unnecessary question, as the answer is obvious.

##389 9/93b: "They (the ones not wanting to go to war, but without a "good" reason*) prefer to stay with the (women) - - -". An expression of contempt in many cultures and - as far as we have been able to find out - in all war cultures. (Unnecessary to say: Islam was/is one of the more extreme war cultures, as the war part of it is religiously motivated and very central and strong.)

390 9/93c: "- - - Allah hath sealed their (not believing strong enough to want war*) hearts - - -". See 9/46b+c.

####391 9/93d: "- - - they (the ones not wanting to go to war*) know not (what they miss)". Comment YA1345: "It is not only a duty, but a precious privilege, to serve a great Cause (Islam*) by personal self-sacrifice (to make war for it*). Those who shirk such an opportunity know not what they miss". This is the point of view of modern Muslim scholars - as mentioned before the comments are recent ones. "The Religion of Peace"? No further comments - and none necessary.

392 9/94a: Do not believe the excuses from the ones not wanting to go to war - the real reason is that they are bad Muslims.

A good Muslim goes to war whenever his leaders call. Yahweh and Allah the same god? No answer is necessary.

#393 9/95c: “So leave them (the ones not wanting to wage war*): for they are an abomination, and Hell is their dwelling-place - a fitting recompense for the (evil) they did”. Not to hate and kill and steal and rob and rape and enslave and murder is an abomination and evil, which ends you in Hell. Your not wanting to go to war will make the raise of power for Muhammad and Islam go slower.

To wage war is the absolute duty for any fit Muslim who can afford it. No misunderstanding possible.

Brave future world.

Do you still believe that Allah is the same god as the Yahweh in NT?

But it is a weighty incitement to naive, uneducated primitives.

#394 9/95ca: “So leave them (the ones not wanting to wage war*): for they are an abomination, and Hell is their dwelling-place - a fitting recompense for the (evil) they did”. Incompatible to the Bible to say the least of it, and especially to NT. But words impossible to misunderstand. Anybody believing that the Quran has to be disused to find incitements to war and hate and blood and murder?

395 9/95e: "- - - Hell is their (not good Muslims not wanting to go to war*) dwelling-place - - -". Clear words for your money: If you are fit and can afford it: Go to war or go to Hell. Did anybody whisper the words "the Religion of Peace"?

396 9/95f: "- - - (evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

397 9/102b: "- - - wrongdoings - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

398 9/105a: "- - - (righteousness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

399 9/109e: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

400 9/111a: “Allah hath purchased of the Believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the Garden (of Paradise): they fight in His (Allah’s) Cause, and slay and are slain (and go to Paradise afterwards*) - - -.” It may be a good, if de-humanizing (war mostly is) deal - - - if Allah and the Paradise exists. If not the only person gaining anything was Muhammad (and all the mistakes, etc. in the Quran prove absolutely that at least something is seriously wrong).

401 9/112c: "- - - enjoin good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

402 9/112d: "- - - forbid evil - - -". See 9/112b just above.

##403 9/113a: "It is not fitting, for the Prophet and those who believe, that they should pray forgiveness for Pagans - - - (who are bound for Hell*)". In NT it always is permitted to pray for the lost souls - we are back to the search for f.x. "the lost lamb" and to "the 11.th hour" (Luke 15/8-10 and 15/11-31, Matt. 18/12-14, 20/8-13). Definitely Allah is not like Yahweh - and Muhammad not in the same line of prophets as Jesus (if they had been, their teachings had had to be similar). And remember: Science has proved far beyond any even unreasonable doubt that the Bible and especially the NT is not falsified in spite of Muhammad's never proved claims - may be some mistakes, but no falsifications. The best proof for this actually is Islam: If one single real falsification had been found, Islam had screamed about it to every living being on Earth, included rats and worms. No such scream has ever been heard.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

####404 9/113d: "It is not fitting, for the Prophet and those who believe, that they should pray forgiveness for Pagans, even though they be of kin - - -". This cynical sentence tells a few megabytes about the Quran, about Muhammad, and about Islam - not to mention about the Quran's and Islam's moral code. And even if this was the only difference between the Bible and the Quran, this alone had been a 100% proof for that Yahweh and Allah is not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same religion.

Another point is that to forgive - or for that case to punish or reward or fulfill prayers - means for Allah to change his Plan considering the sinner/person, something which according to the Quran nobody and nothing can make him do. See 2/187d above.

405 9/114d: “- - - he (Abraham - said by Islam to be a Muslim*) dissociated himself from him (Abraham’s claimed pagan father*)” Beware that everybody of any positive consequence whom the Quran “borrows” from the Bible, is transformed to be a Muslim in the Quran - anyone, even Jesus and Adam and Noah and Joseph, and Moses and all the prophets - and Abraham.

Be no friend even with your parents if they are not Muslims! (This is a quite normal demand in extreme religious sects - the leaders want full control.)

This is one of the rather sad points of the Quran - even a central point: Islam shall mean so much to you, that if even your closest family - children or parents - do not obey you and become Muslims: Leave them and forget them. Fanaticism shall be the norm in Islam. Similar things are said more places in the Quran - Noah should f.x. let his son drown, because the son was no Muslim (which Noah was said to be!!). A nice and benevolent and human religion.

Only Islam really can be your closest friend. Nothing and nobody else - except Muhammad - counts.

The irony here is that according to the Bible (1. Mos. 11/31-32) the two stayed together for many, many years. (And any honest scientist will tell you that according to normal rules, the Bible will be reckoned to be more reliable than the Quran.)

406 9/119c: "- - - true (in word and deed) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. In this case also see 2/2b above.

407 9/120e: “It was not fitting for (them - see 9/120a just above*) to refuse to follow Allah’s Messenger, nor to prefer their own lives to his - - -”. Incitement to war. What does just this tell about Islam? What it does tell about Muhammad and Islam is that the Quran is - not a fairy tale, but a demon tale?

And: Make Muhammad a powerful warlord! Hitler said similar things (actually some intellectuals compared Nazism and Islam before WW2.)

408 9/120f: “It was not fitting for (them - see 9/120a just above*) to refuse to follow Allah’s Messenger, nor to prefer their own lives to his - - -”. In addition to - and above - all other facts this sentence divulges, shines the inhumanity in Muhammad's demands.

409 9/120g: “- - - (not*) to refuse to follow (in war) Allah’s Messenger (Muhammad*), nor to prefer their lives to his: because nothing could they suffer or do, but was reckoned to their credit as a deed of righteousness - - - in the cause of Allah - - -”. A testimony of religious blindness and darkness worthy any of the most bloody pagan religions - or modern sects praying to the Devil for a god. Or the darkest sides of Nazism or communism.

410 9/120i: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

411 9/120o: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

412 9/122d: "- - - (- - - evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#413 9/123b: “Fight the Unbelievers who gird you about - - -". A clear order. Try to find anything similar in NT - or for that case in OT. F.x. "Turn the other cheek" does not fit very well here. One of the proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same line of prophets (in addition to that Muhammad was no real prophet - he was unable to make prophesies or "see the unseen").

414 10/4h: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

415 10/4i: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

416 10/5g: "- - - in - - - righteousness - - -". Read the surahs from Medina. How much righteousness do you find? - there are lots of points where you have to be born a Muslim and imprinted the Islamic (im)moral code and imprinted to accept, not to think, to be able to see righteousness.

417 10/9c: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

418 10/12ca: "- - - transgressors - - -". One more of Muhammad's innumerable negative names for non-Muslims.

419 10/13aa: "- - - did wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is according to its own partly immoral moral rules.

420 10/23a: "- - - in defiance of right". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "right" it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

421 10/26b: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

422 10/27a: “But those who earned evil will have a reward of like evil - - -“. Muhammad, his men and his successors did enormously much evil – stealing/robbing, raping, enslaving, destroying places and lives and lands and cultures, extorting, terrorizing, torturing, murdering, inciting to dislike, hate and war and mass killings and suppression of other humans – only that it was claimed sanctioned by a good and benevolent god, according to Muhammad, though a god who in case neither was omniscient, nor omnipotent. (He f.x. had to explain away all questions for miracles – sometimes with obviously logically invalid claims.) Benevolent? Compare f.x. the Quran's ethical and moral codes with the basis for all inter-human moral: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you". And at the same time compare Islam's and Muslims behavior through history with this. It will take quite a lot to give them “a reward of like evil.”

423 10/27b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

424 10/39e: "- - - did wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. And "those who did wrong" is one of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

425 10/47d: "- - - with justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

426 10/47e: "- - - not be wronged". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

427 10/52e: “Ye (sinners*) get but the recompense of what ye earned!” When you look at the partly immoral moral rules of the Quran (compare them to "do against others like you want others do against you" - the only really ethical and moral guideline) - do humans who are judged according to Muhammad's, the Quran's, and Islam's partly immoral and unjust moral and judicial rules always get fair punishment or fair reward?

428 10/54b: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

429 10/82f: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

430 11/11b: "- - - righteousness - - -". The Quran's definition of the word is to live according to Islam's partly immoral moral code and Muhammad's words and deeds. Righteousness?

431 11/18f: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

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##432 11/19c: "Those (non-Muslims*) who would hinder (men) from the path of Allah and would seek in it something crocked - - -." M. Asad (A11/35 - 11/38 in the 2008 English edition) tells that the Quran her implies that "belief in resurrection, Allah's judgment and a life in the hereafter is here postulated as the only valid and lasting source of human morality".

#####A most illuminating piece of information, because all your good deeds in this case is motivated only from: "What merit can I gain with Allah?" There is an ocean between this and NT: Help your fellow humans from love or at least empathy and because he/they need help - and gain merit in Heaven on top. One hidden reason why so few of the help and aid NGOs originated in Muslim area? - why Islam had to be forced into abolishing slavery? etc.? Allah and Yahweh the same god? - only possible to believe if you strongly want to believe it and overlook lots of facts.

Remember that the foundation under all inter-human real moral codes is: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you". Read the Quran and look for things which do not fit this rule, and you will find too much.

Besides the claim is naively wrong. Most of human moral codes are based on old experience and knowledge about what gives the best results, though sometimes colored by ideologies - like the robbing, suppression, apartheid, etc. and war ideology in Islam - but that often results in partly immoral moral codes.

###XX433 11/19d: "(See 11/19c just above*) - - - ### belief in resurrection, Allah's judgment and a life in the hereafter is here postulated as the only valid and lasting source of human morality". Look at this sentence and think it over. What deep truths does it divulge about Muhammad, about the Quran, and about Islam - even today? - and about the ethics, value of empathy, and the moral of those three? For sexual morality parts of it is better in Islam than f.x. among Christians (though not better than what the Bible wants Christians to practice), in other parts from worse to much worse (f.x. lawful rape of slaves or captives, and sex with children, the easy divorces for men, etc.). In most other branches of morality the Quran/Islam is inferior to NT if you use "do to others like you want others do to you" as a basis.

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434 11/23b: "- - - righteousness - - - ". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

435 11/24b: “These two kinds (of men (non-Muslims vs. Muslims*) may be compared to the blind and deaf, and those who can see and hear well. Are they equal when compared?” On the other hand: Most Muslims are totally blind and deaf to any fact they do not want to see or hear - who is the best, such a Muslim or a person able to see and understand that something is deeply wrong in the Quran and in Islam?

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####436 11/35d: "If I (Muhammad*) has forged it (the Quran*) on me were my sin! ###### But if Muhammad forged the Quran or parts of it, the resulting sins were very far from being only hitting him. Very far from! They will hit each and every Muslim living according to a made up religion in case (and too many facts indicate that this is the reality.) Especially terrible if there somewhere exists a real god Muslims have been prohibited from looking for - f.x. the very different god Yahweh.

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###437 11/35e: "- - - sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. The Quran's and Islam's definition of sins - and of not sins - sometimes/frequently differs not a little from in "normal" religions and in normal moral and ethical codes.

438 11/36ba: "- - - (evil) deeds". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

439 11/44e: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

440 11/45d: "- - - Thou (here indicated to be Allah*) are the Justest of Judges". See 1/1a and study the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code plus the unjust and/or immoral parts of sharia, and see if you agree.

441 11/46d: "- - - unrighteous". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

442 11/49i: "- - - righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###443 11/52e: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

444 11/54c: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

445 11/83c: "- - - do wrong - - -". Remember that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

446 11/85ba: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

447 11/85bb: "- - - mischief". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

448 11/89c: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

449 11/101b: "- - - wronged - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

450 11/102b: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

451 11/113a: “- - - and incline not to those who do wrong, or the Fire will size you - - -”. To incline towards non-Muslims is so bad a sin that it gives worse than death penalty - Hell.

452 11/113c: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

453 11//114c: "- - - good - - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

454 11/115c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

455 11/116b: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

456 11//117a: "- - - wrongdoings - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

457 12/22c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###458 12/24b: "- - - evil and shameful deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. In cases like here the Quran also is unintended irony and black comedy: Sex out of wedlock is "evil and shameful", whereas to rape captive or slave women or children - or for that case to take slaves - and destroy their - fellow humans' - lives, is "lawful and good". Some religion!

459 12/49b: (A12/44 – in 2008 edition A12/48): “Then will come after that (period) a year in which the people will have abundant water - - -.” Here the language in the Quran is so unclear – read “directly wrong” - that A. Yusuf Ali’s religion has subdued his moral and intellectual integrity. The Arab verb that is used – “yughath” – derives either from the noun “ghayth” = “rain”, or from another noun “ghawth” = “deliverance from distress”. There is no way that it can mean just “water”. The “clear language” offers 2 choices – one wrong, one not a good description, so the pious Muslims used a 3. and dishonest one, as Egypt did not get rain but flooding of the Nile (or actually a “Kitman” – a lawful half-truth – as the rain much further south in Africa causes the flood - - - but that is not what the Quran is talking about.) Well, to be polite and forget the dishonesty – al-Taqiyya (which Kitman is a version of) – the lawful lie - after all is lawful in Islam, and even advised to use if necessary to defend or promote Islam (and curiously enough also permitted to use f.x. to cheat women – something for women to remember sometimes - - - f.x. that a marriage is a possible way for a Muslim man to get residence permit in a rich country – it happens now and then - and it is permitted to use al-Taqiyya also f.x. to save your money). And these variants inevitably also are in the Arab text, as the relevant word(s) there has/have more than one meaning.

460 12/52f: "- - - the false ones - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. You f.x. are not sinning if you find it necessary to be false to defend or promote Islam. Or if you are false to cheat a woman or defend your money - al-Taqiyya and Kitman are permitted in all these cases and some more (some 10 all together).

The words also are one of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims.

461 12/53aa: "- - - the (human) soul is certainly prone to evil - - -". A good proof for this is how easy it was - and is - to get Muhammad's followers to obey the evil parts of the Quran's moral code - stealing/robbing, raping, extorting, enslaving, torturing, suppressing, killing, etc.

462 12/53a: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

463 12/56d: "- - - do good". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

464 12/75d: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

465 12/79c: "- - - act wrongfully - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

466 12/90e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

467 12/90g: "- - - do right". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

468 12/101h: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

469 12/109g: "- - - do right". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

470 12/110d: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

471 13/4b: "Behold, verily in these things are signs for those who understand!" Correct - ####all the mistakes only in the small verse above are clear signs for those who consider and understand, not to mention those who consider all the errors and worse + the few(?) lies in the Quran - a clear message: Something is very wrong. Also see13/2m above.

############One has to be extremely naive or brainwashed not to consider the fact that a man who had a moral code which accepted and in some cases even promoted the use of dishonesty as working tools, and a man who wanted respect and power and women, not also could deceive his followers a little - or more.

472 13/6d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

473 13/6e: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

474 13/6i: "- - - wrong-doing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

475 13/22a: "- - - patiently persevere - - -". This is an expression the world - and American presidents - should never forget: The Quran repeats and repeats and repeats: If you stay on and persevere, in the end you always win, because the "enemy" grows tired and gives in - retreats or even accepts you as his/their lord.

476 13/22f: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

477 13/22g: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

478 13/23: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

479 13/29b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

480 13/31k: "- - - (- - - the Right) - - -". In this case it means "to Islam" or "to Paradise". But beware that when the Quran uses this word, it normally is meant "right" according to its own partly immoral moral code - and that makes one start thinking when the book uses "right" as a name or description for Islam.

481 13/31n: "- - - (ill) deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like $this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. To refuse to go to war and steal, enslave and kill for Muhammad was - and is - a very ill deed.

482 13/35a: “The parable of the Garden which the righteous are promised! – beneath it flow rivers: perpetual is the enjoyment thereof and the shade therein - - -”. As said: Muhammad's Paradise is like the life of the very rich + more water and women, as seen through the eyes of primitive and poor male dwellers of a hot desert. But Allah should be the god of the entire world and all people. And why such a primitive paradise? – because as paradises come, this is a primitive one, and in the long run also a very boring one.

The many and fundamental differences between Yahweh's (where you become like the angels f.x. Matt. 22/30) and the one of Allah are one of the many absolute proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - if they had been, the Paradise had been one and the same.

483 13/35e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. f.x. to refuse to go to war and steal, enslave and kill for Muhammad was - and is - a very ill deed, and very far from righteous behavior.

484 13/40b: “- - - thy (Muhammad’s*) duty is to make (the Message) reach them (“infidels”): It is Our (Allah’s*) part to call them to account.” Well, from 622 AD on it also became the part of Muhammad and his men. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

485 13/40c: “- - - thy (Muhammad’s*) duty is to make (the Message) reach them (“infidels”): It is Our (Allah’s*) part to call them to account.” Well, from 622 AD it also became the part of Muhammad and his men. This verse is abrogated – made invalid - by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

486 13/40d: "- - - it is Our (Allah's*) part to call them (non-Muslims*) to account". To say it with small letters: Muhammad, and not to mention his successors, had a tendency for "forget" this after he got military strong enough to force Islam on others - f.x. large parts of the Arabs were forced to change their religion and become Muslims; "accept Muhammad and Islam or fight us and die".

487 14/10f: "- - - forgive your sins - - -". There only are 2 who can forgive: The victim and a god. Is Allah a god even if he should happen to exist? - if he is a god, he at least is not behind a book of a quality like the Quran.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

488 14/23c: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

489 14/26a: "- - - evil Words - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

490 14/27d: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Refusing to raid or go to war for Muhammad, f.x. was very wrong.

491 14/34d: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

492 14/49b: "- - - Sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

493 15/8a: "- - - just cause - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

494 15/12: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

495 15/39d: "- - - put me in the wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

496 15/45b: "The righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

497 15/58: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

498 16/28c: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

499 16/28d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

500 16/30b: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

501 16/30f: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

502 16/30j: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

503 16/31h: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

504 16/32c: "- - - in a state of purity - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code (please compare that code to "do unto others like you want others do unto you", and see what you think).

505 16/32f: "- - - (the good) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

506 16/34a: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

507 16/36d: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

508 16/36i: "- - - Error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

509 16/39j: "- - - Falsehood". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

510 16/60b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

511 16/61b: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

512 16/63c: "- - - but Satan made, (to the wicked), their own acts seem alluring - - -". If dark forces were the maker(s) of the Quran - at least no god was involved - #####can this be what happened to the Muslims? Many honestly believe that their immoral moral code and all their sharia laws are good moral and ethics.

513 16/76a: “Allah sets forth (another) Parable of two men: one of them (non-Muslim*) dumb, with no power of any sort; a wearisome burden is he to his master (Allah*) - - - is such a man equal with one (Muslim*) who commands justice, and is on a Straight Way?” If possible this strengthens the comments about 16/75a and 16/75b above.

514 16/85c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

515 16/90b: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral codes, and not least partly unjust sharia laws.

516 16/90d: "- - - shameful deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral codes.

516 16/90f: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral codes and its partly unjust sharia laws.

518 16/91c: "- - - break not your oaths after you have confirmed it". A bit different from in most religions: "Break not your oaths".<(p>

519 16/91d: "- - - break not your oaths after you have confirmed it." Part of the basis for the sharia laws. ####Especially interesting here are the words "after you have confirmed it".

520 16/91e: "- - - break not your oaths after you have confirmed it." Well, Muhammad in the Quran and in Hadiths strongly advices you to break your oath if that gives a better result - pay a "fine" (expiation) to Allah afterwards if necessary. No wonder the Muslim areas are full of conspiracy theories about all and everything; When do the authorities and others speak the truth and when is it an al-Taqiyya (lawful lie) or a Kitman (lawful half-truth), etc. - or f.x. a deceit?

Besides, if you all the same break a serious oath, you blot out the sin by paying expiation afterwards. Very simple. And a very practical moral code. BUT WHO CAN TRUST EVEN THE OATH OF A MUSLIM?

And note the words: "- - - after you have confirmed it”. A really strong proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same line of anything in the world of morality, not to mention line of prophets (in addition to that Muhammad was no real prophet - he was unable to make prophesies).

###521 16/92a: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception among yourselves - - -". Once more the special moral code on the Quran - most religions in this case say: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception." This wording tells morally weak Muslims (perhaps correctly?) that it may be ok to do so against non-Muslims - cfr. f.x. the reputation the expression "Arab salesmen" had and may be has among sailors.

###522 16/92b: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception among yourselves, lest one party should be more numerous than another". IF YOUR OPPONENT IS STRONGER THAN YOURSELF, YOU ARE PERMITTED TO USE FALSE OATHS EVEN "AMONG YOURSELF (MUSLIMS)" IF YOU FEAR PROBLEMS - - - AND WHAT THEN TOWARDS NON-MUSLIMS!?? (There does exist another claim: It means that you shall not use false oaths to switch to ever stronger alliance partners. But this does not fit the words in the sentence - an "explanation away" of a morally dark spot.)

###523 16/92c: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception among yourselves, lest one party should be more numerous than another". Part of the basis for the sharia laws. See 16/92a+b above - no further comment necessary.

524 16/94a: "And take your oaths to practice deception between yourselves - - -". Once more the special moral code on the Quran - most religions in this case say: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception."

525 16/94c: "Nor take your oaths to practice deception between yourselves, with the result that someone's foot may slip after it was firmly planted (= some Muslim may lose faith in Islam*) - - -". This is one of the few cases where the reasons for not breaking your oaths are mentioned in the Quran - so as not to make a victim lose faith. Not the moral, but the religious aspect is what counts here.

526 16/96h: "- - - the best of their actions". Remember here that the best of actions was to go on raids and war for Muhammad - mainly for riches, captives, extortion, and slaves (most of Muhammad's armed incidents were for this) - but some for revenge and later also for spreading Islam.

527 16/97b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that in Islam this word means "live according to the Quran and its moral code and rules" - which not always are righteous according to normal standards.

528 16/97i: "- - - the best of their actions". Remember here that the best of actions was to go on raids and war for Muhammad - mainly for riches, captives, extortion, and slaves (most of Muhammad's armed incidents were for this) - but some for revenge and later also for spreading Islam.

###529 16/101a: “When We (Allah*) substitute one revelation for another - - -“. (“Substitute” is an English word that here has exactly the same meaning as the other word derived from Latin; “abrogate” (actually it is likely also "substitute" originally is from Latin)). Allah tells he is changing his instructions now and then. But:

    (Abrogation)
  1. 6/115: “- - - none can change His (Allah’s) Words - - -“. Well, he is contradicting himself, as he clearly changes it himself when something forces him to – try and fail?
  2. 10/64: “Hereafter, no change can there be in the Words of Allah.”

Also read 10/64 above.

Surah 16 came in 622, surahs 6 and 10 both came in 621. Allah thus abrogates himself, 6/115 and 10/64 with 16/101.

(2 contradictions).

#####But the real importance of this verse, is that it is one of the foundations and alibis for Islam's rule of abrogation (= making some - or actually many - Quranic verses invalid) - f.x. the famous 2/256: "Let there be no compulsion in religion" is thoroughly abrogated and invalid, a fact no Muslims ever mentions.

###530 16/106a: "Anyone who, after accepting faith in Allah, utters Unbelief (= doubt or wish to leave Islam*) - - - on them is Wrath from Allah - - -". It is prohibited not only to leave Islam (though many does so nowadays), but even to doubt the teachings - full of mistaken facts or not. Here it is indicated that the punishment is for Allah - remember this is in 622 AD and Muhammad still is weak - it changed later. But you bet this verse counts for the ones who wish to "help" Allah with the punishment.

531 16/117b: "(- - - falsehood) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

532 16/126: “And if ye do catch them out, catch them out no worse than they catch you out: but if ye show patience that is indeed the best (course) for those who are patient.” Still the peaceful Mecca mode – a large percentage of relevant, not religious scientists agree that a possible explanation for the hateful and bloody religion Islam changed to over a few years, is that Muhammad over those few years was morally destroyed from his new-found power. It is far from unusual that power destroys a person; “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” – and Muhammad gained absolute and total power. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

533 16/127b: “And do thou (Muhammad*) be patient, for thou patience is but from Allah; nor grieve over them: and distress not thyself because of their plots.” Well, the patience came to an end – see 16/125 and 16/126 just above. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

534 16/128c: "- - - do good". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

535 17/7a: "- - - did well - - - did evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

536 17/8d: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

537 17/9c: "- - - most right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

538 17/9f: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that this is in comparison to the rather special Quranic moral code.

539 17/11: "- - - good - - - evil - - -". Beware that this is in comparison to the rather special Quranic moral code.

540 17/11a: "The prayer man should make for good, he maketh for evil". Please take a look at the Quran's and Islam's (also today's Islam) code of moral - and remember the golden rule: "Do to others like you want others do to you". Also read some modern Islamic literature meant for the Muslim masses. This quote in the Quran seems to be very correct.

541 17/16c: "- - - transgress - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

542 17/17c: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

543 17/23c: “Thy Lord (Allah*) hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to parents.” This last part actually is strongly contradicted by 6/151 which prohibits you from being kind to your parents. (We honestly think the words in 6/151 represent an accident during f.x. the Uthman’s editing of the book. But it is a clear and strong contradiction - and how many more "accidents" are there in the Quran?).

6/151: This is a really strange contradiction: “Come, I (Muhammad*) will rehearse what Allah hath (really) prohibited you from – - (to*) - - be good to your parents - - -.” Read it once more: You are prohibited from being good to your parents!! – the opposite of what is said everywhere else in the book and contradicts it strongly. The Muslim sources we have found, all agree on that this is wrong – and actually we agree with them – this is so far out of the Quran’s style, that it must have been an accident and wrong. (It also in the same verse is prohibited "not to kill your children" if you are poor - also an obvious mistake and contradiction of the rest of the Quran).

But this means that here you have a (actually 2) clear mistake(s) in the Quran – certified by Islam as a mistake – to serve for free to any Muslim or non-Muslim claiming that the book is perfect and without mistakes “to the last comma”. Just ask them if they have ever red 6/151? (And ask if they are aware of that the comma did not exist in Arab when the Quran was written around 650 AD).

And: When this is wrong – how much more is wrong in the book?

It may have meaning, though, if the Quran here had been talking about "infidel" parents, but the book here is not doing so - and actually Muhammad said you should be kind to your parents even if they were non-Muslims. But we include:

  1. 9/23: “Take not for protectors your fathers and your brothers if they love infidelity above Faith (= if they are not Muslims).
  2. 58/22: “Thou wilt not find any people who believe in Allah and the Last Day, loving those who resist Allah and His Messenger, even though they were their fathers or their sons - - -.” (You find similar rules in extreme sects even today. The rationale behind such rules, is to cut as many as possible of sources for balanced or correcting information, to hinder that the one-sided propaganda from the sect is contradicted and nullified by facts.)

These are ugly verses. But as it is possible to be superficially kind to your parents (only superficially, as the main thing that counts for many parents – the love from their children – is gone), even if you are prohibited from loving them, this is a borderline case. We include it partly because it is so ugly and inhuman and tells so much about extreme sects and religions like Islam, and partly because it in reality is nearly impossible to be really kind to them if you are ordered to keep them away from you as humans.)

544 17/25b: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that the Quran here compare to its own rather "special" and partly immoral moral code. Islam’s and the Quran's moral code at many points is very far from the gold standard: "Do to others like you want others do to you".

545 17/26b: "- - - but squander not (your wealth) (on helping others*) in the manner of spendthrift. Verily spendthrifts are brothers of the Satans - - -". The only possible meaning here, is that if you use too much of your possessions to help others, you are sinning against Allah (squandering his gifts?). The abyss here between the Quran and NT is immense - see f.x. the story about the widow's offering (Mark 12/42-43). Islam and Christianity the same religion? Yahweh and Allah the same god? Jesus and Muhammad in the same line? A clear no to all such claims. The Quran gives many proofs for that this never proved claim is wrong.

546 17/27a "Verily spendthrifts are the brothers of Satan - - -". Here the Quran and the Bible to a degree agree. But no matter how much you give to help others, the Bible do not call you a spendthrift.

547 17/31a: "Kill not your children for fear of want - - -". We have not seen information indicating that children were killed because of poverty in Arabia - though it may have counted some of the few times when the parents decided to kill a newborn unwanted daughter in the old times.

548 17/32: "Nor come neigh to adultery - - -". But to rape captives or slaves or bought concubines is "good and lawful”. Not to mention to keep a harem of willing or unwilling women. One of the many distasteful (or stronger) cases of "double moral" in the Quran - aspects of Islam which makes it disliked (and with a reason), especially the rape and forced sex + pedophilia.

549 17/33a: "Nor take life - - - except for just cause". Some contrast to NT's clear message: "You shall not kill". Especially since there are many "just causes" in Islam. One of the clear differences between the Quran and NT - and between Jesus and Muhammad (between Jesus and Muhammad the difference when it came to killing, was extreme - not only not in the same line, but not even on the same continent).

550 17/33b: "And if anyone is slain wrongfully (it is clear from the Arab word used here - "zulm" (actually the full expression is "qutila mazluman") is not used in connection to accidents), We (Allah*) have given his (females not mentioned*) heir authority (to demand punishment/revenge (the Arab word here "quisa" may be translated with fair revenge or fair punishment or similar*) or forgive) - - -". But the Arab word here translated with heir - "wali" - have several meanings, like "protector", etc. From this f.x. Zamakhshari means it also may include the government = the judicial system. (But this is not clearly said, and in several Muslim countries it is the killed person's family/heir who has the last word as to whether a death sentence is to be executed or not.)

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

551 17/33c: "- - - wrongfully - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

552 17/34: "Come not neigh to an orphan's property - - -". Muhammad's care for orphans - perhaps because he was one himself - is one of the sympathetic sides of the Quran. There is one bad point though: A man with an orphan young girl in his house - it is too easy for him to marry her (for lust or for her money if she has inherited something).

553 17/35a: "Give full measure - - -" Honesty in business is another positive demand in the Quran. But again there is a "dark spot on the linen": There are verses in the Quran clearly indicating that it counts more not to cheat Muslims than others.

###554 17/36a: "And pursue not that of which you (Muslims*) have not knowledge - - -". And the most essential thing not to pursue, is knowledge which can make you doubt Islam - true or not. In the old times when Islam really fought science and knowledge until the finally destroyed it in 1095 AD, the question was not if the knowledge was right or wrong - only if it was Islamic or not. "Idle curiosity" is bad. (But the language in the Quran is far from clear; some translators mean this means you shall not listen to rumors, etc. - an aspect Muslims with all their conspiracy theories may be should remember?)

555 17/38a: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

556 17/39e: "- - - blameworthy - - -". See 17/39d just above. Also note that when the Quran - and Muslims - use words like this, it is in accordance with Islam's somewhat "special" moral code. ##There are many a thing which are blameworthy according to the Quran - f.x. not wanting to kill or go to war - which in more normal moral codes and cultures are not blameworthy or even laudable. And the other way around.

557 17/53b: "- - - (Muslims*) should (only) say those things that are best - - -". Yahweh tells that his followers should only say what is true. But remember that dishonesty is permitted in wide cases in Islam - even recommended "if necessary" to defend or promote the religion.

558 17/71f: "- - - (not*) dealt with unjustly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

559 17/80d: "- - - Honor - - -" Beware that Muslims gains honor in accordance with their partly immoral moral code. In addition see 2/2b above.

560 17/81c: "- - - Falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

561 17/82g: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

562 17/99k: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

563 17/105g: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

564 18/2i: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that this word is relative to the somewhat immoral moral code of the Quran.

565 18/29h: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

566 18/30b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that this is compared to the Quran's partly immoral and unjust code of moral, laws and codes for honesty and for war.

567 18/30f: "- - - righteous - - -". See 18/30b above.

568 18/46c: "- - - Good Deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. f.x. some of the very best deeds are to fight and kill and steal for Muhammad and for his successors.

569 18/49b: "- - - the sinful - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

570 18/49e: "- - - injustice". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

571 18/50d: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

572 18/53b: "- - - the Sinful - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - it f.x. is a great sin not to go on raids or wars to steal/rob, kill and suppress for Muhammad and his successors, in the name of Allah. Also see 18/49b above.

##573 18/80a: Moses and a wise man who in Islam (not in the Quran) is named al-Kadir or Al-Khidr ("the green one") are in a legend retold in the Quran on a long walk (the story is not from the Bible). They meet a young man whom the wise man without being provoked slays (18/74). Later he explains that the reason was that “we feared that he would grieve” his good Muslim parents. If that is enough to kill their son, it is no doubt that Muslims – his parents – were much better than non-Muslims, and perhaps that apostates – at least bad ones, deserve to be killed? No matter: That it is better to kill even their children than to perhaps - perhaps - meet problems, tells much about ethic and moral in Islam. And does it tell something about Muhammad and the Quran that they use legends for true stories in the "holy" book?

574 18/81a: "So we (al-Khidr*) desired that their Lord (Allah*) would give them (a claimed Muslim couple at the time of Moses = 2000 years before Muhammad*) a (better son*) - - -". The parent's affection for their son and the son's wish to live was of no interest.

575 18/82: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that this is compared to Muhammad's somewhat special (im)moral code.

576 18/87c: "- - - doth wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

577 18/88b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran, they refers to Islam's partly immoral moral code.

578 18/105c: "- - - the fact - - -". See 2/2b. Words like "fact" needs to be checked extra thoroughly, as Muhammad and other Muslims have a strong tendency to call unproved claims or statement "facts".

579 18/107b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran, they refers to Islam's partly immoral moral code.

580 18/110f: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran, they refers to Islam's partly immoral moral code.

581 19/38f: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

582 19/60b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran - and by Muslims - it is compared to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

583 19/72c: "- - - evil". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

584 19/72f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

585 19/76c: "- - - Good Deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - f.x. are going on raids and to war and steal, kill and suppress for the benevolent and good god Allah, for Muhammad and for his successors, among the very best deeds, and to rape female victims included children (at least down to 9 years old) is "lawful and good".

586 19/84a: "So make no haste against them (non-Muslims*) - - -". This was around 615 AD. But when Muhammad started to gain real strength, he also started to make haste against non-Muslims. This verse is abrogated – made invalid - and contradicted by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

587 19/96b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran (and often by Islam or Muslims) it is in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

588 19/96d: "- - - Love". This is a word not much used in the Quran, and mostly only in connection with your closest family. In the NT it is the central word (" - - - but greatest is Love").

589 19/97f: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this is used in the Quran (and often by Islam or Muslims) it is in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

590 20/74b: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's (one of the strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god), you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

591 20/75c: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

592 20/76f: "- - - (- - - evil)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

593 20/82d: "- - - those who repent, believe, and do right - - -". Muslims - as you see the majority of Moses' Jews were good Muslims. Believe it if you are able to.

594 20/102b: "- - - the sinful - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

595 20/108c: "- - - no crookedness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

596 20/112c: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when used in the Quran, expressions like this are relative to the Quran's own and rather "special" (partly immoral) moral code.

597 20/123d: "- - - whosoever follows My (Allah's*) Guidance, will not lose his way, nor fall into misery". This is strongly contradicted by the Bible - incompatible really. F.x. some of the moral codes are so different that if a Muslim lives according to them, and then meets Yahweh at "the other side", he will not only get a ticket to Hell, but be placed on the fast track to there. Look f.x. at the fundamental basis for all inter-human morality: "Do unto others like you want others do unto you". The Quran and its war and suppressing religion and ideology do not live up to that by far on all too many points.

598 20/132c: "- - - Righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is relative to the book's partly immoral moral code.

599 21/3c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

600 21/13: "- - - good things - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

601 21/29db: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own somewhat special code of moral.

602 21/35b: "- - - evil - - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

603 21/47c: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and its partly immoral and unjust sharia laws.

604 21/47d: "- - - not a soul will be dealt with unjustly - - -". Wrong, if the rules in the Quran are in accordance with Allah's rules. Even if we omit the immoral parts of the Quran's moral code and ethical code, there remain in sharia laws parts which are highly immoral and unjust, the pinnacles of which may be that a raped woman shall be punished for unlawful sex if she cannot bring 4 male witnesses to the very act, that stealing and rape of captives are "lawful and good" in and after a raid in the name of the god - jihad - (a condition which makes this even more repulsive and tells macro words about Muhammad and Islam - and also nearly everything is named jihad), and a number of the rules for raids, terrorism and war.

605 21/48b: "- - - the Criterion - - -". This is an unclear word. As Islam does not follow the Laws of Moses - and the same partly for Christians - they talk about the underlying ethical and moral rules, which they claim were the same for Moses and Islam - and eternal. But we have till now not seen one single Muslim clergy or scholar compare the Quran's ethical and moral codes with "do unto others like you want others do against you" (f.x. Matt. 7/12 - or to quote just this verse exactly: "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, this sums up the law and the Prophets"). It is unclear what the real meaning of the word is.

606 21/48c: "- - - do right - - -". In the case of Moses and his people, this might be like here is said. But normally in the Quran such words refer to the partly immoral moral rules of the Quran itself.

607 21/50a: "- - - this (the Quran*) is a blessed message - - -". A war "gospel" spiced with may be 3ooo mistakes, contradictions, cases of invalid logic, etc. + partly immoral rules for ethics, moral and laws, is not blessed. At least not by any good and benevolent god.

608 21/51d: "- - - rectitude of conduct - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

609 21/72d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is as compared to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

610 21/73c: "- - - good deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

611 21/75b: "- - - Righteous". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is as compared to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

612 21/77d: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

613 21/86b: "- - - Righteous - - -". When words like this is used in the Quran, beware that it is as compared to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

614 21/86b: "- - - Righteous - - -". When words like this is used in the Quran, beware that it is as compared to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

615 21/101: "- - - Good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

616 21/105c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is relative to the partly immoral moral code in the Quran.

617 22/10d: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

618 22/13c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

619 22/14d: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when expressions like this is used in the Quran, the meaning is in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

620 22/23c: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

621 22/25e: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

622 22/37h: "- - - do right". Beware that when words like "right" is used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral and inflexible moral code.

#623 22/39a: (NB: 622 or 623 AD): “To those against whom war is made, permission is given (to fight), because they are wronged”. Remark the difference in the wording here on the transition between the rather peaceful Mecca period, and during the bloody and inhuman Medina period afterwards.

####According to Islam this is the first time the theme war for Muslims is mentioned in the Quran (remember the Quran is not ordered chronologically). For 12 - 13 years war was not even mentioned, and then over a short period of some months it became the central topic and sure way to Paradise. What had happened to Allah? - and why had he cheated his followers by not telling about this simple and sure way to Paradise before? Sure even for the greatest sinners.

#624 22/39b: (NB: 622 or 623 AD): “To those against whom war is made, permission is given (to fight), because they are wronged”. NB: This only goes for Muslims. To defend yourself against Muslims/Islam - to fight back - soon became a grave sin. (It nearly always was the Muslims who were the aggressors, but all the same it was the opposite side who were the bad people.)

625 22/40c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

626 22/40d: “Did not Allah check one set of people by means of another, there would surely have been pulled down monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques - - -.” Wrong – this is far from the only way an omniscient and omnipotent god could manage the world. One alternative is f.x. to change man a little and teach him how to live in peace. Only members of a culture and religion of war and looting and suppressing do not immediately see this. This point just is an artificial alibi for war and conquest – and suppression and looting. (Scientists believe Muhammad's success and power destroyed him morally – not an unusual phenomenon for absolute dictators and others). Also see 22/39a above.

627 22/41d: "- - - enjoin the right - - -". Beware that when words like "right" is used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral and inflexible moral code.

628 22/41e: "- - - forbid wrong - - -". Beware that when words like "wrong" is used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral and inflexible moral code.

629 22/45b: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when words like "wrongdoing" is used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral and inflexible moral code.

630 22/48b: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when words like "wrongdoing" is used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral and inflexible moral code.

631 22/50b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

632 22/53f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

633 22/56f: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

634 22/58a: This is one of the verses from 624 AD: "Those who leave their home in the cause of Allah, and are then slain or die - on them will Allah bestow, verily, a goodly Provision (Paradise*) - - -". This is the flagship of the revised Islam: Be killed in war for the religion, and you go directly to the paradise, no matter how big a sinner you are. A very good claim - though never proved - for Muhammad and later warlike rulers. It definitely is no proved verity/truth.

There is nothing similar in the Bible.

635 22/58b: This is one of the verses from 624 AD: "Those who leave their home in the cause of Allah, and are then slain or die - on them will Allah bestow, verily, a goodly Provision (Paradise*) - - -". Why did it take 12 years from Muhammad started his mission till he mentioned this for the first time, even though it is one of the central "facts" in the revised Islam?

(Beware that even though Muhammad started his mission in 610, he was not very active outside his family and nearest ones the first few years.)

636 22/60f: "- - - (sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

637 22/67e: "- - - Right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - or sometimes adjusted by al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) or similar.

638 22/68a: “If they (“infidels”) do wrangle with thee, say. ‘Allah knows best what it is ye are doing'” – and leave them alone. This was ca. 616 AD. But from some 6 years later and more came lots of contradictions and abrogations. This verse is abrogated – made invalid - by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

639 22/71g: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

640 22/77c: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's partly immoral moral code - where f.x. stealing/robbing, lying, suppressing, enslaving, killing in the name of Allah, are the best of good deeds. "Do unto others like you want others do unto you" is not an essential sentence in the Quran's moral code.

641 22/78a: “And strive in His (Allah's*) cause as ye ought to strive, (with sincerity and under discipline)”. The word “strive” frequently is used as a synonym for “fight”, but in this case it is unclear if it is meant “fight” or mental striving to get more Muslims or “work hard”. This early may be it means “work hard”, as the religion was quite peaceful till 622 AD. The Quran often is unclear.

642 22/78b: “And strive in His (Allah's*) cause as ye ought to strive - - -". Ought you to strive for him at all unless he exists and is a god? - and what if he exists and is from the dark forces (the difference between some of the Quran's ethical, judicial, and moral codes and "do unto others like you want others do unto you", may make one wonder.)

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##643 23/1d: (A23/11): “- - - a Quranic allusion to the fact that people often reject a new ethical proposition on no better grounds than that it conflicts with their “inherited” habits of thoughts and ways of life. Indirectly, this allusion implies a condemnation of all blind "taqlid", i.e. an unthinking acceptance of religious doctrines or assertions which are not unequivocally supported by divine revelations, the explicit teachings of a prophet, or the evidence of the unprejudiced reason”.

  1. #####But the book skips the fact that this also goes for Muslims, especially as the Quran with all its errors is no revelation from any god: If they are strongly indoctrinated, they may react strongly to arguments and facts they do not like – and without thinking over – or being mentally able to think over – even true facts.
  2. The book here has tailor-made a definition to fit Islam. It has forgotten (?) that for one thing that reason is unable to find the right answer without full and correct information – and the Quran is full of mistakes - that claims about divine revelations are 15 to the dozen in some religious circles and invalid as proofs without documentation (something Muhammad and Allah were unable to produce) – and that the same goes for any self proclaimed prophet, and especially so if his teachings are very much wanting and he himself a questionable person (like the real Muhammad was). Not to mention "the evidence of the unprejudiced reason" - a meaningless expression in a culture where unprejudiced reason does not exist. This expression in reality in Islam is a claim for "belief on basis of blind belief". But definitions like this frequently are used in Islam and many Muslims really believe this is ok. logic - - - which make straight thinking difficult for them.

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#644 23/5+6a: “(Those Muslims are good*) Who abstains from sex, Except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, ####or (the captives) whom your right hand possess - for (in their case) they are free from blame”. Catch a girl and make her your captive - and you are free from any blame if you rape her - or gang-rape her - or make more women your captives and rape them, too - or exchange girls with your mates every half hour or day or week. A slave is a slave - and spoils of war you take “lawful and good”, according to the Quran and Islam. We sometimes wonder if this is the reason for so much mass rape sometimes when Muslims wage war - Darfur and Bangladesh are/were examples to remember. Forget that the women are humans - take them captive and you are free to rape them without any blame. Really a good religion. And we do not mention the word empathy - it is something you hardly find in the Quran. Probably one of the most rotten points in any somewhat civilized pretended moral code.

But it brought Muhammad cheap highwaymen and later cheap warriors.

It is verses like this - and worse - which make people with normal moral codes - codes in reasonable nearness to "do to others like you want others do to you" - sometimes want to puke over the Quran and over Islam.

645 23/5+6b: “(Those Muslims are good*) Who abstains from sex, Except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, ####or (the captives) whom your right hand possess - for (in their case) they are free from blame (if they rape them - included children!!)”. Part of the basis for the sharia laws.

646 23/5+6c: "- - - except - - - (the captives) whom their right hand possess - for (in their case) they (Muslim men/warriors*) are free from blame (if they rape the women or girls*) - - -". This is not the most rotten (im)moral rule and sharia law in Islam, but one of them.

####647 23/5+6d: "- - - except - - - (the captives) whom their right hand possess - for (in their case) they (Muslim men/warriors*) are free from blame (if they rape the women or girls*) - - -". No comments - and non necessary. Except perhaps: Would you like to be raped? - "do to others like you want others do to you"! On some points Islam has a very sorry moral code.

648 23/6b: “(Good Muslims*) abstain from sex except with those joined to them in marriage bonds, or (the captives) whom their right hands possess (= slave women*) – for (in their case) they are free from blame - - -:” To rape captive women and slave women was/is completely ok (with one exception; it was prohibited if they were pregnant – but most likely not if they were pregnant with your child). Take a woman captive in a “holy” war – and anything was named “holy war” – jihad - as long as the victims were non-Muslims, not to mention if they were Pagans – and you could freely rape her with Allah’s blessing, because it was “lawful and good”. And even slave raids theoretically could be defined as holy war - “jihad” - as the victims were non-Muslims, and all the 4 Islamic law schools accepted the fact that the "enemies" were non-Muslims as "bona fide" reason for declaring jihad. It was – and is (rape is very common in armed conflicts where Muslims are involved) – a nice life for the warriors. But it tells something about both Islam and some Muslims - something ugly.

F.x. during the Bangladeshi war of freedom it is officially estimated that the Pakistani soldiers raped 200ooo or more women and children - MUSLIM women and children.

#649 23/7: "But those whose desires exceed those limits (see verses 5 and 6*) are transgressors - - -". Which means that you do not transgress Allah’s laws if you rape a captive female child or a woman? One more proof for that Allah and Yahweh is not the same god: NT says "Do against others like you want others do against you". Very few Muslim men like to be raped, but rape of girls and women are ok, especially if it is done in the name of Allah in or after a Jihad - and "every" conflict is a Jihad (holy war). The fact is that this permission for raping, stealing, lying, killing, etc., had been less morally distasteful of it was an open rule, and not one connected to serving the god. Honestly what kind of animal is this claimed god?

650 23/17b; (YA2876): We simply quote: “Thara’iq; tracts, roads, orbits, or paths in the visible heaven. These seven are clearly marked to our eyes (??*), in the immense space (the Arab word meaning space in modern astronomical meaning - al-Kawn - is not used anywhere in the Quran*) that we see around us. We must go to astronomy to form any plausible theories to these motions. But their simplest observation gives us a sublime view of beauty, order, and grandeur in the universe (see 51/47c). The assurance given in the next clause, that Allah cares for us and all His Creation, calls out attention to Allah’s goodness, which is further illustrated in the subsequent verses.” A lot of words to avoid explaining anything about the 7 material heavens with the stars fastened to the lowest one (37/6-7, 41/12), and with stars used as shooting stars to chase away spying jinns and bad spirits, which is what the Quran in reality is speaking about. Here things are clear, but is made unclear and wrapped up in verbal wool to tuck away wrongs which the Quran clearly states many places.

651 23/28c: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

652 23/41c: "- - - do wrong!" Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

653 23/51c: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

654 23/56a: "- - - every good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. producing many children in a time when the Earth fast is becoming overcrowded, to mention a modern phenomenon.

655 23/60b: "And those who dispense their charity with their hearts full of fear, because they will return to their Lord - - -" In the Quran charity is because of fear, or to gain merit in Heaven, not because of love of or empathy with your fellow humans. This tells a lot about the Quran and about Islam. The same do the facts that in the Quran you never meet the question of loving your fellow humans, except your nearest ones, and no empathy for humans outside your nearest ones not to mention outside Islam. There is a possible exception for children without parents, but it is more a duty than empathy. This lack of love and empathy are two of the significant differences between the Quran and especially NT. It - and in this case perhaps especially the lack of empathy in the Quran and in Islam - also is a frightening aspect with Islam. It de-humanizes all non-Muslims (just see f.x. the resent debate in conservative Muslim circles about whether non-Muslims have half the value compared to Muslims as human beings or less) and large parts even of Muslims - like women and also Muslims from other sects.

656 23/61a: "It is these (Muslims*) who hasten in every good work - - -". A claim Islam will have to prove, especially on black background of historical facts.

657 23/61b: "- - - good work - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is meant relative to the Quran's partly immoral moral code - the best of works was f.x. to wage war for Muhammad/Allah.

658 23/62e: "- - - never be wronged". Ask a girl who is punished for unlawful sex after being raped, because she cannot bring 4 male witnesses who saw the misdeed, if she is being wronged.

659 23/62f: "- - - wronged". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

660 23/75b: "- - - transgression - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own rules and its own partly immoral moral code.

661 23/90c: "- - - falsehood". See 2/2b above. Also beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

662 23/94b: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

663 23/99b: "(- - - Falsehood - - -) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

664 23/100a: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is compared to the partly immoral moral code in the book.

665 23/107a: "- - - (- - - evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

666 23/107c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

667 24/11d: "- - - evil - - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

668 24/11e: "- - - to every man (women count less in Islam*) among them (who gossiped*) (will come the punishment) of the sin that he earned - - -". What about Muhammad in this case? - to our knowledge he did not gossip in this case, but he also definitely did not protect or defend her (Aisha*) until after some weeks, something which surely added to the gossip.

669 24/11g: "- - - (sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

####670 24/13c: "Why did they (see 24/13f just above*) not bring the (4*) witnesses, such men, in the sight of Allah (stand forth) themselves as liars". This is one of the really black spots on Islam, and one of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god: The lack of witnesses does not only make the ones speaking suspect, but it is a proof for that they are liars - if they speak the truth or not, does not matter. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.) If they do not have the witnesses, it is a proof for that they are lying. If this was lying for men, this was bad enough. #######But it is a valid proof for Allah!!: "- - - in the sight of Allah, (stand forth) themselves as liars!". ########This in spite of that if they spoke the truth, an omnipotent god would know they spoke the truth!. And all the same, without the witnesses they were liars to Allah!

This tells volumes about Allah, about Islam, and about Muhammad.

BUT THERE ALSO IS ANOTHER VERY ESSENTIAL POINT HERE: ACCORDING TO ALLAH THE ONES WHO CANNOT PROVE THEIR WORDS, ARE LIARS. THIS FOR ONE THING CONFIRMS THAT TO ALLAH PROOFS ARE VERY ESSENTIAL, AND FOR ANOTHER THING IT TELLS SOMETHING REALLY ESSENTIAL ABOUT MUHAMMAD, AS HE NEVER WAS ABLE TO GIVE A VALID PROOF FOR ANY OF HIS CENTRAL RELIGIOUS CLAIMS. THIS MEANS THAT IF THIS VERSE IS TRUE, MUHAMMAD WAS A LIAR.

671 24/21c: "- - - shameful and wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

672 24/30a: "Say to the believing men that they should - - - guard their modesty - - -". - - - except when they rape captive - or slave - girls and women "lawful and good"? One of the most rotten and immoral law which exists - NB exists, not only existed - on this planet. And made even more immoral and disgusting by the fact that to be lawful, it must be done in the name of Allah (it only is lawful if you make her your slave or if the raping is done during/after jihad - holy war - - - but almost any conflict is jihad). One relevant(?) piece of information here: According to UN some 24 million persons today live as slaves or under slave-like conditions - a good percent of them in Muslim area.

673 24/47e: "- - - obey - - -". One of the main duties for the Muslims was to obey - Allah and Muhammad. The demand for obedience is unabridged today. Muhammad said "obey me", Jesus said "follow me". Quite a difference.

674 24/50d: "- - - unjustly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

675 24/50f: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

676 24/51a: "The answer of the Believers, when summoned to Allah and His Messenger (= always to Muhammad in praxis*) - - - is no other than this: they say, 'We hear and we obey'". Muhammad demanded absolute power over his followers. (Strongly contradicting his claims saying he demanded nothing from them.)

This verse tells very much about Islam, and especially so as the Quran itself by means of all its mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, etc. proves it is not from a god. Is the Quran just a powerful tool for a ruthless dictator? - or perhaps for dark forces? Also see 24/51b just below.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women willing ones and not willing ones and at least one child.

###677 24/51b: "The answer of the Believers, when summoned to Allah and His Messenger (= always to Muhammad in reality*) - - - is no other than this: they say, 'We hear and we obey'" = "der Fürer denkt für uns". This represents a mentality that does not only chill your spine, but makes it freeze. It took Europe and the West 300 years, long and hard mental and cultural strife, and several wars, included 2 world wars to get rid of this mentality. We do not need to have it introduced once more. And especially not on behalf of the leaders of a religion where central parts are seriously wrong. Also see 24/51a just above.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran.

###678 24/51h: "We (Muslims*) hear and we obey". "Der Fürer denkt für uns" - not for nothing Islam has been compared to Nazism and Fascism by top intellectuals (f.x. Carl Gustav Young).

679 24/52a: "It is such who obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - - that will win (in the end)". See 24/51a and 24/51b above. The serious point is that there is a reasonable chance that they will succeed - because of ruthlessness, dishonesty, terror, strong discipline, perseverance, etc.

680 24/54g: "- - - right guidance - - -". See 7/192a and 16/107b above.

681 24/54h: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#682 24/55d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code - included its partly inhuman and very immoral war code. An empathy code does not exist in the Quran.

683 24/55m: "- - - wicked - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code - included its partly inhuman and very immoral war code. An empathy code does not exist in the Quran.

684 25/15d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is compared to the book's own partly immoral moral code.

685 25/18f: "- - - worthless - - -". Beware that Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

586 25/19c: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

587 25/22b: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

688 25/26c: "- - - right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

689 25/31b: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

690 25/37f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

691 25/39b: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

692 25/44e: "- - - astray - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###693 25/52a: “Therefore listen not to the Unbelievers, but strive against them with the utmost strenuousness, with the (Quran)”. As you see: Religious mildness ("- - - no compulsion - - -) is not included when you strive against the “infidels”. This verse contradicts (and abrogates) at least these verses (here are 88 out of the 124 Muslim scholars say are abrogated by 9/5): 2/109, 2/190, 2/256, 2/272, 3/20, 4/62, 4/81, 4/90, 5/3, 5/28, 5/48, 5/99, 6/60, 6/66, 6/70, 6/104, 6/107, 6/112, 6/158, 7/87, 7/188, 7/193, 7/199, 8/61, 9/68, 10/41, 10/99, 10/102, 10/108, 11/12, 11/121, 13/40, 15/3, 15/94, 16/35, 16/82, 16/125, 16/126, 16/127, 17/54, 18/29, 18/56, 19/39, 20/130, 21/107, 21/112, 22/49, 22/68, 23/54, 23/96, 24/54, 26/216, 27/92, 28/50, 28/55, 29/18, 29/46, 32/30, 34/25, 34/28, 35/23, 35/24a, 36/17, 39/41, 41/34, 42/6, 42/15, 42/48, 43/83, 43/89, 44/59, 45/14, 46/9, 46/135a, 46/135b, 46/135b, 50/39, 50/45, 51/50-51, 51/54, 52/45, 52/47, 53/29, 67/26, 73/10, 73/11, 79/45, 86/17, 88/22, 109/6. They are all quoted under 9/5. (At least 91 contradictions).

694 25/55e: "- - - (- - - Evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

695 25/67b: "Those (Muslims*) who, when they spend, are not extravagant and not niggardly (included in charity*), but hold a just (balance) between those (extremes) - - -". This - "the Middle Way" is the ideal of the Buddhists. The Arab tradesmen had connections with India and perhaps already then even with China. India was partly Buddhist (like China) until Muslims later killed the Buddhist monks and lots - to say the least of it - of other Buddhists and mostly finished off Buddhism in India by means of the sword - the famous "Let there be no compulsion in religion". Can Muhammad have got this idea from Buddhism? And another thing: This is the Muslim ideal about f.x. charity. The Christian ideal is the old widow and the small coin (she was the best, because she gave everything she owned - Mark 12/44). The same god making these ideals? Definitely no.

696 25/70a: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the same book's partly immoral moral code.

697 25/70b: "- - - evil - - - good- - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

698 25/74d: “O Lord (Allah*)! Grant unto us wives and offspring who will be the comfort to our eyes, and give us (the grace) to lead the righteous.” "I" pray for good things and reputation for myself, not primarily for a good life for the wife or the child, here in the Quran. The only person in the centre for the Quran's interest – except Muhammad – is the man - the actual or potential warrior. And women are secondary humans - for the pleasure and convenience of the man. Islam is a religion mainly for half the humanity - the men.

699 25/74f: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the same book's partly immoral moral code.

700 26/83b: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is as compared to the book's own and partly immoral moral code.

701 26/90d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is as compared to the book's own and partly immoral moral code.

702 26/91b: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

703 26/94c: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###704 26/113a: "Their (non-Muslims'*) account is only with my (Noah's*) Lord (Allah*) - - -". = It is for Allah only to punish the "unbelievers". Similar to Muhammad's early words - see 26/107 and 26/108 above. But guess if Muhammad changed his mind when he gained raw power!

###705 26/113b: (A26/50): "Noah's answer embodies a cardinal principle of Quranic ethics and, hence, of Islamic law: No human being has the right to sit in judgment on another person's faith and hidden motifs - - -". ########But this is just what Muslims too often have been and are doing the moment it is clear you are a non-Muslim, not to mention if you are a Muslim wanting to leave the religion.

706 26/125b: "- - - worthy - - -". See 2/2b above.

707 26/130: (A26/58) "- - - a Quranic prohibition, valid for all times, of all unnecessary cruelty in war, coupled with the positive, clearly-implied injunction to subordinate every act of war - as well as the decision to wage war as such - to moral considerations and restraints". Anyone knowing something about Muslim war history and also of treatment of prisoners of war and of suppressed people after many wars, are able to comment on this kind of claims from present-day Muslim scholars, but we do not like to use so impolite words as the ones necessary to correct these claims, perhaps except the word hypocrisy.

Please read the claim once more- do you want to laugh or to weep?

708 26/183: "- - - evil - - - mischief - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

709 26/200: "- - - Sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

###710 26/216a: (YA3234): "'Disobey thee (Muhammad*) - - -' implies that they did something wrong, for the Prophet (Muhammad*) commanded what was right and forbade what was wrong.'" Thus hate mongering, war mongering, murder of opponents, stealing/robbing, lying, deceiving and breaking oaths when that is better, extortion, enslaving, raping, raids for riches, is right in Islam? Muhammad did and commanded all this and more.

711 26/222a: "They (the evil ones*) descend on every lying, wicked person - - -". Just a few words: Al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, "war is betrayal", broken words/promises/oaths, stealing/robbing/looting, raping, enslaving, extorting, torturing, murder, war mongering, discrimination mongering, hate mongering, mass murder, war - and there are more. No more comments.

Is this quote the real explanation behind this war and hate and apartheid religion?

712 26/222b: "They (the evil ones*) descend on every lying, wicked person - - -". We may here mention that Muhammad sometimes lied - even in the Quran - and even accepted the breaking of oaths if that gave better results. Also not a little of his moral code qualifies for the word "wicked".

713 26/224b: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

714 26/227b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code (Islam has no moral philosophy or thinking, only a pre-medieval code = what did Muhammad say and do in or about a similar situation?).

715 26/227e: "- - - unjustly - - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

716 27/4b: "As to those who believe not in the Hereafter, We (Allah*) have made their deeds pleasing in their eyes - - -". And thus made it difficult or impossible for them to find again the road to Heaven. Here are one more of the big differences between Islam and Christianity: Allah blocks the road to Heaven for many, especially if they are bad. NT tells about the shepherd who goes far out of his way to find just those "lost sheep", and about extra gladness and joy in Heaven when bad ones repent and are saved, even in "the eleventh hour". The same god? - impossible unless he is mentally ill.

And not to forget: What does it mean here that the Muslims' deeds - even horrible ones - often are pleasing in their own eyes?

717 27/4d: "- - - We (Allah*) have made their deeds pleasing in their (non-Muslims'*) eyes - - -". Guess if that is the case also for Muslims, included warriors, al-Taqiyya (lawful lies) users and terrorists.

718 27/4e: "- - - We (Allah*) have made their deeds pleasing in their (non-Muslims'*) eyes, and so they wander about in distraction". See 27/4d just above - Muslims 100% sure they have the truth and the highest morality, without ever checking if it is correct.

719 27/11b: "- - - done wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

720 27/11c: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

721 27/11d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F.x. some of the worst wrong was not to go on raids and war to steal and kill and suppress for Muhammad.

722 27/19ca: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#723 27/24c: "Satan has made their (non-Muslims'*) deeds pleasing in their eyes - - -". See 6/108b, 23/1b, and 26/74c above. This human tendency also goes for Muslims, which the book ”forgets" to mention. There are several things in Islam which may indicate something like this, when you judge from what Muslims reckon to be normal and ethically and morally right - compare it to "do unto others like you want others do unto you", and it makes you think.

724 27/30c: "- - - Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful - - -". This had been possible to believe if it was not for the surahs from Medina, parts of the Islamic moral code, and some of the immoral/unjust laws of sharia.

725 27/46b: "- - - evil - - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

726 27/46c: "- - - ask Allah for forgiveness - - -". Allah can forgive nobody unless he exists and is a god.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

###727 27/50: “They (non-Muslims*) plotted and planned, but We (Allah*) too planned - - -.” As said other places: When Allah can deceive, any good Muslim of course can do the same. THIS IS ONE OF THE VERSES WHICH MAKES THE "MORAL" FOUNDATION FOR AL-TAQIYYA (THE LAWFUL LIE), KITMAN (THE LAWFUL HALF-TRUTH), HILAH (THE LAWFUL PRETENDING/CIRCUMVENTING), ETC. - WHEN ALLAH COULD DECEIVE, IT OF COURSE WAS/IS MORALLY OK TO DO SO FOR OTHERS. Muhammad institutionalized it by his points of view on deceit and breaking of even oaths. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

#########This is one of the verses on which the use of dishonesty in Islam rests - accepted dishonest methods like al-Taqiyya (lawful lie), Kitman (lawful half-truths), Hilah (lawful pretending/circumventing), etc.

Just for the record: Al-Taqiyya and Kitman, etc. can be used at least in these cases (for broken oaths there are given no real limitations if the broken oath will give a better result, and the same for deceit/betrayal. By implication this also goes for ordinary promises, as an oath is something stronger than a normal promise):

  • 1. To save your or others' health or life.
  • 2. To get out of a tight spot or a dangerous problem.
  • 3. To make peace in a family.
  • 4. When it will give a better result than honesty or honoring one’s oath.
  • 5. To cheat women (should be remembered by girls with Muslim boyfriends wanting sex - or wanting a marriage to get work/residence permit in a rich country.)
  • 6. To deceive opponents/enemies.
  • 7. To betray enemies.
  • 8. To secure one’s money (very clear from Hadiths).
  • 9. To defend Islam. (Advised if necessary to succeed.)
  • 10. To promote Islam. (Advised if necessary to succeed.)

But al-Taqiyya is a double-edged sword: In the short run you may cheat and deceive some ones – actually also in the long run if the opposite part does not know about this side of Muslims and of Islam, or if he/she is naïve.

#728 27/51: "- - - We (Allah*) destroyed them (the 9 sinners*) and their people (all of them)". But did anyone but the sinners deserve death? - "a parent shall not be punished for what the child does" according to the Quran, and the child shall not be punished for what the parents do. (If you belong to the ones blaming Yahweh for being a bit bloody in OT, please read a little about the claimed history of Allah.)

729 27/53b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relevant to its own partly immoral moral code.

730 27/60f: "- - - they (non-Muslims*) are a people who swerve from justice". Not if they happen to believe in a real god (if such one exists). And especially not if the Quran is a made up book - and it proves itself that it is not from any god, as no god would sully his name by being involved in a book where so much is wrong. Besides: Many nations have laws more just and with better moral and ethics than the sharia laws of Islam. (Some of the paragraphs in sharia are horrible).

731 27/60g: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and its partly unjust judicial code.

732 27/69b: "- - - guilty (of sin)". Beware that what is sin in Islam and what is sin in non-war religions may be different things.

733 27/69c: "- - - Sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

734 27/82c: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral rules and partly unjust laws. Compare to "do unto others like you want others do unto you" and judge yourself.

735 27/89b: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

736 27/90b: "- - - do evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Also see 27/89a above.

737 28/14c: "- - - those who do good". Beware that in the Quran words like this normally means people acting according to the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

738 28/17b: "- - - Sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

739 28/21a: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Normally in the Quran this word is a synonym for not acting according to Islam and its somewhat "special" moral code.

740 28/27b: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it means acting according to the book's partly immoral moral code.

741 28/40d: "- - - did wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

742 28/50f: "For Allah guides not people given to wrongdoing." One may ask who - if anyone - then guided the Muslims the next centuries? - you find much wrongdoing and worse in Islamic history during that period. Cfr. "do to others like you want others do to you". Wrongdoing, but accepted by the Quran's rather special moral code.

#####743 28/63: "Those whom we (non-Muslims*) lead astray, as we were astray ourselves - - -”.

Comment A28/66: “In its deepest sense, this passage – as so many similar throughout the Quran – points to the moral inadmissibility of accepting an ethical or intellectual proposition as true on no other grounds than that is was held to be true for older generations.”

For members of a religion based only – only – on a book with many mistakes and wrongs and with partly malevolent moral and ethical rules (but so integrated and accepted in and by their religion and culture, that they themselves are unable to see anything wrong or how bad it really is), this should be a reason for some deep thinking. for Muslims the ONLY basis was a man of very doubtful moral even according to the Quran (f.x. acceptance and personally use of dishonesty as working tools and of dishonesty - stealing/robbing/extortion - to get riches, and with much power (and women) to gain from making people believe in his god and platform of power).

#######Most Muslims today believe in Islam only because their fathers and surroundings tell them that the Quran is the truth, no matter how many errors one has to explain away. VERY FEW MUSLIMS HAVE SAT DOWN WITH THE QURAN AND ENGAGED THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND BRAIN AND WITH AN OPEN MIND TRIED TO FIND OUT: HOW MUCH OF THIS IS REALLY TRUE? - OR AT LEAST MAY BE TRUE? Not to mention: HOW RELIABLE WAS A MAN WITH A MORAL CODE LIKE THE ONE THE QURAN CLEARLY - IF YOU LOOK BEHIND THE GLORIFICATIONS - TELLS MUHAMMAD HAD?

744 28/77c: "- - - Allah loves not those who do mischief". The behavior of Muslim warriors, assassins, terrorists and others through the times - is that mischief? If not: What kind of religion and what kind of god is this? And if it is: What then about Muslim warriors, assassins, terrorists and others through the times in the possible next life?

745 28/78f: "- - - Sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

746 28/80g: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code and hardly existing empathy.

747 28/80j: "- - - (good) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code and hardly existing empathy.

748 28/83c: "- - - mischief - - -". According to the Quran there is a lot of mischief done on Earth, which is not mischief, but laudable deeds, when done by Muslims - and especially so if it is done in the name of their claimed good and benevolent god.

749 28/83g: "- - - righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code and hardly existing empathy.

750 28/84d: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code and hardly existing empathy.

751 28/85i: "- - - error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this one except in physical meaning, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

752 29/3f: "- - - good - - - bad - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it normally is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

753 29/4b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

754 29/6b: “And if any strive for (with might and main), they do so for their own souls - - -“. If you f.x. go to war or take part in raids, you gain merit with Allah.

755 29/7b: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is with references to the partly immoral moral code in the Quran.

756 29/7d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

757 29/9b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". See 29/7b above.

758 29/27d: "- - - the Righteous - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is with references to the partly immoral moral code in the Quran - though perhaps reasonably correctly used just here.

759 29/30c: "- - - do mischief - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. When f.x. Muslims went raiding for wealth and captives and power, it was not mischief, but heroism. And terrorists today are not making mischief - they are heroes - - - for a book not from a god - and a god most likely made up.

760 29/36h: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

761 29/36i: "- - - mischief". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. This word in the Quran frequently has a very different meaning from in normal languages, not to mention in civilized languages.

762 29/45g: "- - - shameful and unjust deeds - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is with references to the partly immoral moral code in the Quran itself - raping captive women or girls or stealing/robbing, all in the name of Allah, f.x. are not shameful.

763 29/46e: "- - - inflict wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

764 29/55b: "Taste ye (sinners*) (the fruits) of your deeds!" In the Quran your good and bad deeds counts heavily for whether you will end in Heaven or Hell - but mind you: Judged according to the Qurans partly immoral moral code.

765 29/69i: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when words like this are used in the Quran, it is with references to the partly immoral moral code in the Quran. Compare with "do unto others like you want others do unto you", and judge for yourself.

766 30/10a: "In the long run evil in the extreme will be the End of those who do evil - - -". A lot of what the Islamic moral code permits or even advices are evil, even though Muslims are unable to see it because they are imprinted from infancy that it is good and right and even laudable. The only really acceptable "constitution" to build moral rules and codes on is: "Do against others like you want others do against you". Many of the Islamic moral/immoral rules and even a number of sharia laws conflicts - sometimes brutally - with such a constitution. Which means Muslims often do evil - and things like stealing/robbing, suppression, raping, enslaving, lying, murdering, etc. are bad thing - it is obvious to see when you only think it over ever so little. It should be even more obvious when done in the name of a presumably good and benevolent god. And far more distasteful and repulsive.

But many (most?) Muslims are unable to see the horror and sins and injustice they are performing partly because they are imprinted that this is "lawful and good" and just and laudable in the eyes of Allah, partly because their great idol - Muhammad - in reality on many points had an awful ideology and immoral, and partly because Allah speaks nice words but demands horror and acts horribly and immoral in many ways - the typical war god serving warlords well - and like even children most Muslims learn more from what is demanded and done than from nice words. But they also believe the nice words are true in spite of what deeds, demands, introduced rules, etc. tell is the reality. Unbelievable for people trained in critical thinking, but true.

The conclusion to this is the fact that much of what the Quran wants or permits Muslims to do, very obviously is evil. What will then their end really be if there is a second life? - not to mention what will it be if Allah is a made up god - a real possibility as the Quran with all its mistakes, etc, obviously is not from a god - but there all the same is a god and a paradise and a hell? With their partly sick moral codes they have to hope that this god is not a good and benevolent one.

767 30/10d: "- - - do evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

768 30/29b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". A negative and "loaded" word - normally "Quran-speak" for "non-Muslims". One of Muhammad’s many negative names for non-Muslims actually.

769 30/41c: "- - - (- - - Evil)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

770 30/43b: "- - - right - - -". See 2/2b above.

771 30/44e: "- - - work righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

772 30/45c: "- - - work righteous deeds- - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###773 30/56d: (YA3574): "The men of knowledge and faith knew all along of the true values - - -". Wrong, because man often is led astray by popular idea, old ways of thinking, etc. There are good values which are reckoned to be good. There are good values which are reckoned to be bad. There are things with no real value which may be reckoned in one religion or culture to be bad and in others to be good. And not least there are negative values which may be reckoned to be good. In Islam you will find a number of such wrongly evaluated values - not least of bad values reckoned to be good. Search f.x. in Islam's moral code, ethical code, war code, and in sharia, and you will find a number of negative values claimed to be good ones (and honestly believed to be good ones by many Muslims, because "everyone" tell them so). Just compare "do onto others what you want others do onto you" - the basis for all inter-human moral - with the mentioned codes and the sharia, and you will find a number of cases. And then there are all the other cases.

774 31/3d: "- - - Good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all moral and all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defend this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder even more despicable).

775 31/8b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all moral and all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F. ex. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defends this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

776 31/15d: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and judicial codes.

777 31/16f: "- - - enjoin what is just - - -". See 31/16d just below.

778 31/16g: "- - - forbid what is wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all moral all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defends this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

779 31/17c: "- - - enjoin what is just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and judicial codes.

780 31/22b: "- - - a doer of good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all inter human moral all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defend this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

781 31/22f: "- - - with Allah rests the End and Decision of (all) affairs". There is no doubt when claiming that man has free will, the Quran is wrong: Allah decides all things - the predestination. (Actually this is said many places and in many ways throughout the Quran). If Allah decides all things, man has no free will. But how fair, how good, and how benevolent is Allah then when he punishes man for sins Allah has decided he shall make? And what is the effect of prayers if everything is predestined - included your prayer?

Either free will for man or predestination is wrong. There is no way to combine the two statements - not even for an omnipotent god. (In the non-material realms of existence, there are things impossible also for gods.)

782 31/30f: "- - - Falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all moral all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (f.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defends this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

783 31/32b: "- - - (right and wrong) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all inter human moral and all ethics, and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defends this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

784 32/12b: "- - - the guilty ones - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all inter-human moral and ethics, and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defends this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

785 32/12d: "- - - righteousness - - -". See the remark to 32/12b above.

786 32/14c: "- - - the Penalty of Eternity for your (evil) deeds!" Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Remember that among the most evil deeds you could do, was and is to refuse to go to war to strengthen Islam, rob other people and give Muhammad his share, and suppress, enslave or kill fellow humans. Admittedly it is said that this only could be done in a jihad - holy war - and Muslims are very quick to say so. But as there hardly was one single armed conflict throughout these 1400 years where Muslims were one of the parts, which was not a jihad, this just becomes a meaningless excuse. And honestly to do it in the name of one’s god, makes both the deed and the god more disgusting and immoral.

But also see 3/77b above.

787 32/14f: "- - - (evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

788 32/17e: "- - - (good) Deeds". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

789 32/19c: "- - - righteous - - -". See the remark to 32/12b above. Also beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

790 32/19e: "- - - (good) deeds - - -". See the remark to 32/12b and 32/19c above, and remember especially that the best of all good deeds according to the Quran, is to make raids and wars for stealing and raping and killing and enslaving for Allah - - - and for Muhammad and his successors.

791 32/22b: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

###792 33/21a: “Ye (Muslims*) have indeed in the Messenger of Allah a beautiful pattern (of conduct) for anyone whose hope is in Allah and the final Day - - -“. Wrong. Thieving/robbing, womanizing, raping, lying, betraying, extorting, suppressing, torture, murdering, hate mongering, war mongering, mass murder, raids for robbing and killing, and wars of aggression – that is no “beautiful pattern” according to any human moral or ethical philosophy, except in some war religions, included Islam. It tells volumes about Islam that this man is their greatest hero and shining idol. The claim is strongly contradicted by the realities in his teachings and his life, based on Islamic historical sources.

But it is worth remembering that Islam uses the same glorious words about Muhammad and all his deeds and "undeeds" today, like the ones Muhammad here used about himself. It tells something about Islam and about some Muslims - especially about the leaders and the scholars who really know the Quran and Muhammad.

793 33/29g: "- - - well-doers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is relative to the book's own partly immoral moral code. Compared to the one and fundamental "constitution" of all moral all ethics and of moral and ethical rules: "Do unto others like you want others to do unto you", the Quran's - and thus Islam's - moral code is unethical and immoral a number of places, even horrible some places. (F.x. the best deeds were raids and wars in the name of Allah - most of them in reality for riches, slaves and power. Muslims defend this with that such behavior only is permitted during jihad - holy war. But that is no defense - doing it in the name of the god in reality makes stealing, rape, enslavement, torture, and murder, etc. even more despicable).

794 33/31e: "- - - works righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#####795 33/36a: "It is not fitting for a Believer (Muslim*) - - - when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger, to have any option about their decision - - -". Full control - absolute power - no thinking, only obedience. The ultimate dream for any dictator. One extra point here is that in reality it was Muhammad who made the decisions here on Earth - not even Muhammad claimed he got all details dictated from Allah. And the final touch: No god dictated the Quran - too much mistakes, contradictions, etc. - then who in reality dictated here that one should obey among others - and the only one on Earth - Muhammad absolutely blindly?

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

796 33/36b: "It is not fitting for a Believer (Muslim*) - - - when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger, to have any option about their decision - - -". (YA3721): "We (Muslims*) must not put our own wisdom in competition with Allah's wisdom." If a Muslim knows something is wrong in the Quran, he shall all the same believe what the Quran says(!!). No comment - and not one single one necessary!!

Not less serious: At the time of Muhammad obedience to Allah = obedience to Muhammad. Total obedience is nice for any dictator. This even more so if the Quran and/or Allah are made up - and at least the Quran and all its errors, etc. is not from any god. No further comment necessary on these facts, too.

(YA3721 again): "We (Muslims*) must not put our own wisdom in competition with Allah's wisdom." But that is just what Islam and Muslims are doing when they claim they can explain better than Allah himself, when they claim that they explain what Allah really meant (when quranic texts are in error).

797 33/36h: "- - - (if) anyone disobeys Allah and His Messenger, he is indeed on a clearly wrong path." In plain words: If anyone here on Earth disobeys Muhammad, he will end in Hell. The ultimate dictatorship.

798 33/37c: "- - - one who had received the grace of Allah and thy (Muhammad's*) favor - - -". This refers to Muhammad's adopted son Zaid bin Harithah. Muhammad became interested in his wife, and with some help from Allah (?) he got her.

Zaid originally was adopted by Muhammad, and his name was Zaid bin Muhammad - in accordance with local laws. When Muhammad fell for Zaid's wife, Zaynab, Muhammad created artificial distance between Zaid and himself, partly by decreeing that adoption was not permitted, and thus his adoption of Zaid not valid (Muslims after this story can take children into their family, but not formally adopt them),and partly by decreeing that it was wrong not to use the name of the natural father, as the official father (bin = son of, bint = daughter of). All this because according to the local laws it was prohibited and a grave sin for a man to marry the wife of his son - adopted or real. Not bad for a god to change laws to settle family problems and satisfy lust for Muhammad.

799 33/37g: "- - - We (Allah*) joined her (Zaid's wife Zaynab*) in marriage to thee (Muhammad*): in order that (in future) there may be no difficulty to the Believers in (the matter of) marrying with the wives of their adopted sons (after divorce - widows not mentioned*)". This is perhaps the thinnest excuse we have ever heard for a serious selfish deed.

  1. For one thing: Is this a situation which happens so often that it merits a dramatic demonstration?
  2. For another: Many a doubter would be willing to bet that if Muhammad had not been "hot" on this woman, this old Arab law - forbidden to marry your adopted son's former wife - had existed today.
  3. For a third and the main point: A verse from Allah had had JUST the same effect.

Hypocrisy. It is not the only time in the Quran where it is possible to place Muhammad among the hypocrites.

###800 33/37i: "And Allah's command must be fulfilled". In this case pure hypocrisy. And this may be a main reason for many Muslims' bad feeling about this story (Zaid's wife, Zaynab, taken over by Muhammad) even today - the hypocrisy is too obvious.

801 33/38d: "- - - what Allah has indicated to him (Muhammad*) as a duty (to marry Zaynab*) - - -". More too easy to see hypocrisy. Distasteful. Also see 33/37g+i above.

802 33/38e: "It was the practice (approved) of by Allah amongst (earlier prophets*) - - -" - - - to obey Allah. The same comment as to 33/38d just above.

803 33/39a: For the total of this verse: See 33/38d above.

804 33/50c: “O Prophet! We (Allah*) have made lawful (for sex*) to thee (it is not unusual that the god "permits" this towards the founder of a religion or a sect – it happens not infrequently*) thy wives to whom thou hast paid their dowers: and those to whom thy right hand possesses out of the spoils of war (which was quite a huge number*) whom Allah has assigned to thee; and the daughters of thy parental uncles and aunts, and the daughters of maternal uncles and aunts, who migrated (from Makkah (= Mecca*)) with thee; and any believing woman who dedicates her soul to the Prophet if the Prophet wishes to wed her – this is only for thee, and not for the Believers (at large); we know that We have appointed for them (permitted sex*) as to their wives and those whom their right hands possess – in order that there should be no difficulty for thee.” As for slaves, a huge number passed through Muhammad’s hands – perhaps 2000 or more only from the Qurayza tribe. We do not know if and in case how many of them he personally raped, except Rayhana bint Amr and Safiyya bint Huayay (which we know about because the first later became one of his concubines, and the other one of his wives), but the casual way and the minimal fuzz with which two rapes happened and made, makes it easy to think that they neither were the first, nor the only ones – to rape ones captives and slaves was (and formally still is) completely ok in Islam. That just was the way life was/is for slave women and captive women under Islam - cfr. the widespread raping done by Muslims during armed conflicts.

And once more: Read 33/28-29 through 33/33 + 33/50 and 33/51 together to get a picture of his – and very many other dominant religious persons in strong and dark religious societies – technique. One of the much used – and proved efficient – ways of manipulating dependant persons. Even the use or disuse of a/the god, is typical for such persons. All this formally is about Muhammad’s private intimate life, but as what he said and did was and is the correct ethical and moral code in Islam, it became the norm for all women concerning this aspect of life under Islam.

Besides: Does Muhammad's private sex life belong in a claimed holy book - copy of "the Mother of the Book" in Heaven - for all times and all the world? - or as part of a religion? Not to mention: Is this stuff an omniscient god and his angels would revere in Heaven?

If the Quran simply belongs among the made up apocryphal books, many things are easy to understand, and it at least belongs in that line and tradition, even if it is further "out" than most of the others. Muhammad also fits the picture of the leader of an apocryphal sect, admittedly more immoral and bloody than most of the others.

Also see 30/40h and 30/47b above.

Another point: The fact that marriages between close relatives is clearly permitted and mentioned, may be a reason why this is very common in many Muslim countries and areas. Some facts from today:

INBREEDING IN MUSLIM AREAS

Marriages between 1st cousins in some Muslim countries:

  1. Nubia (in south Egypt) 80%
  2. Pakistan 70%
  3. Saudi Arabia 67%
  4. Kuwait 64%
  5. Jordan 64%
  6. Sudan 63%
  7. Iraq 60%
  8. Qatar 54%
  9. United Arabic Emirates 54%
  10. Libya 48%
  11. Mauritania 47%
  12. Bahrain 46%
  13. Yemen 45%
  14. Lebanon 42%
  15. Syria 40%
  16. Tunisia 39%
  17. Egypt 33%
  18. Turkey 25-30%

If this has been going on for 1400 years, it may have had some effect. Inbreeding often has negative effect, and can affect both the physiology and the intellect of the children made and later generations, and the possibility for such negative effects naturally grows if it is repeated over more generations.

###805 33/50d: "- - - We (Allah*) have made lawful for you (Muhammad and Muslims*) - - - those whom thy right possesses (= your slaves*) out of the spoils of war - - -". This plainly tells that Muslims are permitted to rape any female captive of war (and remember all wars in reality are named jihad, so Muslims cannot explain that it only is for jihads - and honestly it is quite a god who says: "When you fight for me - or at least your leaders claim you are - you are permitted to rape any female child (at least if she is 9 years or older - Muhammad's start of sex with Aisha), girl, woman or married not pregnant woman you come across, if you just can call her your captive. But just look at armed conflicts the last couple of generations included Bangladesh and Eritrea - that is just what even regular Muslim armies have practiced - with inhuman examples in Bangladesh, where the hundreds of thousands of or more rape victims even were fellow Muslims (We have read that in Bangladesh there after that war was born some 200ooo illegitimate children from the rapes. This in case means a few million cases of rape of fellow Muslim girls and women. On average each Pakistanis soldier in case made several rapes. (Though some said that "only" 200ooo girls/women were raped.)) This sentence tells more about reality in the Islamic moral code and about the benevolence of Allah, than all the nice claims about such things in the Quran combined - acts and rules showing reality, always are more reliable than nice claims. And honestly: To do it in the name of their god, makes the deeds even more disgusting, and tells a lot about the real Allah - - - if he exists.

###806 33/50e: "- - - We (Allah*) have made lawful (for sex/rape) for you (Muhammad and Muslims*) - - - those whom thy right hand possesses (= your slaves*) out of the spoils of war - - -". "Do unto others like you want others do unto you".

#####There are other moral rules in Islam which are worse and more immoral, but this is the one we find most repulsive - this one and the one permitting sex with/rape of children.

807 33/50f: "(Muhammad may have for a wife*) any believing woman who dedicates her soul to the Prophet (Muhammad') - - -". The literally correct translation according to M. Azad (A33/59 - A33/60 in the English 2008 edition): "if she offered herself as a gift (Arab: "in wahabat nafsaha") to the Prophet (Muhammad*)". Here is an interesting piece of information: Most Muslim commentators take this to mean "without demanding or expecting a dower". The dower was and is an integrated part of the Muslim formalities of a wedding. Here it seems that also here Muhammad got special treatment from Allah: Cheap wives. This in addition to that he could take a prisoner of war, make her slave, marry her and "give" her her freedom - except from her new husband - as a dower. Muhammad did this at least with Safiyya bint Huayay - a very cheap wife, as the dower cost him nothing.

Muhammad was pretty different from Jesus, also on this point. Definitely not from the same religion.

Besides: Does Muhammad's private sex life belong in a claimed holy book for all times and all the world? - or as part of a religion? Not to mention: Is this stuff an omniscient god and his angels would revere in Heaven?

If the Quran simply belongs among the apocryphal books, many things are easy to understand, and it at least belongs in that line and tradition, even if it is further "out" than most of the others. Muhammad also fits the picture of the leader of an apocryphal sect, admittedly more immoral and bloody than most of the others.

Also see 30/40h and 30/47b above.

808 33/50i: "- - - this (the permission for a nearly unlimited number of women - he had at least 36 (not some 11 like Muslims often mention - those only were his long-time wives) is only for thee (Muhammad*) - - -". Special rules for self proclaimed prophets far from are unheard of in fringe sects and religions - like Islam was at that time. Normally they have turned out in the end to be false prophets.

But does Muhammad's personal sex life belong in a claimed "holy book"?

809 33/50-52: Some serious questions: These verses - 33/50-52 - are about how many women Muhammad was permitted to have and to have sex with - nearly any woman and more or less as many as he wanted for marriage plus any not pregnant captive or slave girl or woman. And like some other founders of sects and religions there were special rules for this and that for himself. Does this really belong in a holy book - a book which is a copy of the claimed "mother book" which is revered by the god and his angels in Heaven (13/39b, 43/4, 85/21-22)? And how does this compare with the real prophets in the Bible - the ones he claims to be in the same line of? (Remember that in the Bible men like David and Solomon are not reckoned among the prophets, but among the kings.) And finally: How does rape/forced sex with captive or slave women compare with NT's view of rules for sex?

Yahweh and Allah the same god? Perhaps - if he is strongly schizophrenic. Jesus and Muhammad in the same religion and moral code? You bet!

#810 33/51b: "Thou (Muhammad*) mayest defer (the turn of (for sex*)) any of them (Muhammad's women - wives and slaves*) that thou pleasest, and thou mayest receive any (of his women for sex*) thou pleasest: and there is no blame on thee if thou invite one whose (turn (for sex with Muhammad*)) thou hadst set aside". Honestly what has this to do in a claimed holy book for all times and all places, a book which is claimed to be a copy of the claimed "Mother Book" in Heaven - a "Mother Book" all the may be 124ooo or more claimed earlier prophets got their copies of (but a claimed "Mother Book" not giving the same rights to the 124ooo claimed earlier prophets who Muhammad claimed were in the same line of prophets as himself), and a "Mother Book" claimed revered by the god and his angels in Heaven. What kind of god reveres texts like this - a sex freak?

The ones saying there are serious similarities between the person Jesus and the person Muhammad, knows very little about what he/she is talking about.

Normally in the old times one found stuff like this only in pornography (Greek = writings about whores).

811 33/51c: “Thou (Muhammad*) mayst defer (the turn (of having sex*) of) any of them that thou pleasest, and thou mayst receive any thou pleasest (for your bed/sex*): and there is no blame on thee if thou invite one whose (turn) thou hast set aside.” It is the man’s wish and pleasure which counts, and here this fact is confirmed by the almighty god in his "Mother Book" of which the Quran is claimed to be a copy – though written only to Muhammad and nothing similar is said in that book to any of the thousands of former prophets (124ooo ?) or to ordinary men. But as Muhammad is the great idol, this like everything he (or Allah?) said and did was and is the correct thing to do if nothing special is said that prohibits it.

Once more: Read 33/28-29 through 33/33 + 33/50 and 33/51 together to get a picture of his – and very many other dominant religious persons in strong and dark religious societies – technique. One of the much used – and proved efficient – ways of manipulating dependant persons. Even the use or disuse of the god is typical for such persons. All this formally is about Muhammad’s private intimate life, but as what he said and did was and is the correct ethical and moral code in Islam – it is the norm for all women concerning this aspect of life.

One more and serious point: Islam states that "the Mother of the Book" - of which the Quran is claimed to be an exact copy - is revered by Allah and his angels in Heaven. Is it likely that an omniscient god reveres texts like this?

812 33/51d: (A33/61 - A33/62 in the English 2008 edition): "Thus, the Prophet (Muhammad*) was told (by Allah*) that he need not observe a strict "rotation" in the conjugal attentions due to his wives - - -". Really some stuff for a "holy" book - and for 124ooo earlier prophets who had gotten copies of the claimed "Mother Book". Not to mention an interesting text in the "Mother Book" from which the Quran is copied, for Allah to revere in his Heaven.

The ones saying there are serious similarities between the person Jesus and the person Muhammad, knows very little about what he/she is talking about.

Normally in the old times one found stuff like this only in pornography (Greek = writings about whores).

Yahweh and Allah the same god? Perhaps - if he is strongly schizophrenic. Jesus and Muhammad in the same religion and moral code? Once more: You bet!

813 33/52c: (A64 – in 2008 edition A65): “It is not for thee (Muhammad*) (to marry more) women after this - - -.” Does this relate to no more than the 4 categories women that he in verse 52 was told were lawful for him? Or does it refer to all women – except slaves? Islam tends to believe the last, but f.x. Tabari said the first. And no-one will ever know. Clear language? (This verse is from 629 AD or later according to Islam - it has to be, as he married his last wives, Maymuna bint al-Harith, in February 629 AD, and Safiyya bint Huayay around the same time, and if the verse is older, he broke the rule of the Quran on this point). Muhammad then was nearly 60. May be he felt the pressure from having to satisfy a dozen wives and concubines? - plus short-time wives and women one does not know if he was married to or not. (Muhammad over the years had 11 wives, 2 concubines, 16 short-time wives and 7 with unclear status = 36 all together who are known by name.) All the same some Muslim scholars believe this verse is from 627 AD - before he married Zaynab. Not good in case.

814 33/58c: "- - - a glaring sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

Also remember that the differences between what is sin according to Jesus and according to Muhammad, are one of the strong proofs for that the two did not belong to the same religion or serving the same god.

#####815 33/60f: "- - - We (Allah*) shall certainly stir thee (Muslims*) up against them (bad or not Muslims*), then they will not be able to stay in it (the city*) as thy neighbor’s for any length of time". This tells as much as the comment in 33/60e. Something to remember when you accept Muslims to your city? There already are demands for special treatment for Muslims many places. We remind you that most - at least 70% on average according to research - are as ok as you and me. But the problem is: Who is who?.

816 33/62b: “Such (to kill non-Muslims not living according to Islam’s laws of suppression of non-Muslims*) was the practice (approved) of Allah among the ones that lived aforetime: ####no change wilt thou find in the practice (approved) of Allah (now or in the future*)”. If Islam/Muslims grow strong enough some time, this is what to expect, according to their holy book - "no change" of course. How had the world looked today, if the industrial revolution with its superior weapons, ships and economic and military superiority had happened in the Muslim area? - Islam has no moral, ethical, empathetically, ideological or philosophical ideas against suppressing other people - on the contrary it is a religious duty. Actually Islam has no moral or ethical philosophy at all - that was decided once and for all before 1100 AD by the religion, with al Ghazali - "the greatest Muslim after Muhammad" - as the grave digger with his book "The Incoherence of the Philosophers". (There were a few thinkers for some more time - about 100 more years - in Spain, but they got little influence on the mainstream Islam).

817 33/71c: "- - - your sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

818 33/71f: "- - - he that obeys Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*), has already achieved the highest Achievement". No comment - except: Good psychology if the listeners are naive, uneducated or in more or less blind belief.

819 33/72g: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

820 34/4d: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

821 34/8g: "- - - (to be in) Error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

822 34/23d: "That which is - - - just". Then one has to omit large parts of the Quran, especially from the surahs from Medina, large parts of the Islamic moral code, and parts of the sharia laws.

823 34/23e: "- - - true - - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and if relevant, its own partly unjust judicial code.

824 34/24i: "- - - Error - - -". Beware that when the Quran talks about moral errors, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. When it talks about facts, it normally compares to its own claims, which often are wrong.

825 34/26e: "- - - in - - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and its own partly unjust judicial code.

826 34/28h: "- - - (against sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exists.

827 34/31c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. "Wrongdoers" in the Quran may well be "doers of good" in a normal religion (as opposed to a hate and suppression and war religion like Islam).

828 34/37b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

829 34/42c: "- - - wrongdoers". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

830 34/49c: "- - - Falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

831 35/7f: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

832 35/8a: “Is he, then, to whom the evil of his conduct is made alluring (non-Muslims*) - - - (equal to one who is 'rightly guided'*)?” Of course not - Muslims are much better, of course. This even though the famous Muslim al-Ghazali (1058 - 1111 AD) - "the greatest Muslim after Muhammad", according to Islam - marked the end of any new thinking in any science not helpful for Islam, in the eastern and central Muslim world, with his book "The Incoherence of the Philosophers" against philosophy in 1095 AD. For more than 900 years there have not come one single new thought or idea bringing humanity forward in any kind of science, "humanoria" included, from the entire Muslim world, Maghreb/Spain excluded for some time. (There the ability and freedom to think yourself lasted another ca. 100 years - the death of Ibn Rushd (Averroes) in 1198 can arbitrarily be said to mark the end there). Not one single new thought or new idea in over 900 years!!! Among now some 1.2 BILLION people!!! Yes, it has really to be said: It is difficult to match Muslims and Islam.

Actually new ideas some places for long times meant punishment or even death penalty, though after some time it was agreed on that new ideas building on the Quran and the Hadiths could be accepted, but all other ideas were “Bad new thoughts” and negative or even punishable.

Quite another point is that much of what the Quran makes alluring, good deeds, morally right, etc. collide head on with the essence of the fundamental moral code: "Do to others like you want others do to you". Compare the Quran's moral code - and the sharia laws - to this, and you will understand why some believe the real maker of the Quran, is the dark forces.

833 35/8c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - what is evil in the Quran, may not be evil or even god in normal religions, and the other way around.

834 35/8d: “Is he, then, to whom the evil of his conduct is made alluring (non-Muslims*) - - - (equal to one who is rightly guided*)?” There is a serious question here: In the Quran there are a number of central rules and demands which are obviously bad - compare them to "do to others like you want others do to you". But they are made look like good and alluring by the texts in the book. Is he who believes in these verses which well may be made by a devil, to be reckoned among the evil ones? (these evil rules in the Quran are the reason why we cannot drop the possibility that the real originator is a devil - f.x. dressed up like Gabriel. This even though it is difficult for us to see how even a devil would make so many mistakes, etc. in an after all small book. He had to know he would be found out sooner or later.

As for Gabriel there is a strange fact in the Quran: He is never named in the surahs from Mecca. Not until after he came to Medina did Muhammad start claiming he got his information(?) and messages(?) from Gabriel. If Muhammad really had got - or even only believed he got - the claimed messages from a central angel, this had been such a strong agument that there is no chance Muhammad had not told about this - and often - during the first difficult 12 years in Mecca. What is the explanation?

###835 35/8e: "- - - so that he (non-Muslim*) looks upon it as good - - -". It may well be that he is right, because the Quran's moral code at some points is so twisted, that moral is turned upside down - and dishonesty and/or crime and/or horrendous acts are reckoned to be "lawful and good" and even highly praised. Compare parts of the Quran's moral code with "do unto others what you want others do unto you" and not even weeping can express the immoral and horror. Some parts of their code are ok, others are horrendous, unjust and/or highly immoral.

###836 35/8g: "- - - (- - - one who is rightly guided) - - -". But who is in reality rightly guided morally? - one who lives according to the Quran's moral and judicial codes or one who live according to "do unto others like you want others do unto you"? And religiously: One who live according to a book so full of errors that it is clear it has no connection to a god, and dictated by a man of very dubious moral and honesty? - or one who is able to see that things are very wrong in that book?

837 35/10e: "- - - Deeds of Righteousness". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - the best of deeds, f.x. are thieving, extorting, suppressing, torturing and killing - often indiscriminately - in the name of the god.

038 35/30e: "- - - (service (to Allah*)) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral code.

839 35/32e: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

840 35/32i: "- - - good deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

841 35/37b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

842 35/40m: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

843 35/42g: "- - - (- - - righteousness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

844 35/43a: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. F. x. it was evil not to go on raids for Muhammad - raids mainly for stealing, extortion, enslaving and killing.

845 36/59b: "- - - in sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

846 37/2: "- - - (evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

847 37/18b: "- - - (- - - your evil)". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

848 37/22b: ""- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

849 37/34c: "- - - Sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran use words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

850 37/39b: "- - - (the Evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

851 37/80d: "- - - do right". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

852 37/105c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

853 37/105c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

854 37/110c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

855 37/112c: "- - - Righteous - - -". In just this case it may be correct, but beware that normally when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

856 37/113c: "- - - do right, - - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

857 37/121c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

858 37/131c: "- - - do right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

859 38/22b: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unjust moral and judicial codes - read them and compare to "do unto others like you want others do unto you", and see for yourself.

###860 38/24g: (YA4176): "Judged by ordinary standards, David had done no wrong - - -". No? - in the Bible he only had taken a married woman for himself and had her husband killed. The comment from A. Yusuf Ali, a recommended Muslim scholar who clearly and many places has showed by his quotes from the Bible, that he knows the Bible well, tells something about Islam when it comes to "explain" the Quran and evade difficult points. #####That what David did to Uriah - and to his wife Bathsheba - is ok according to modern leading Muslim scholars "judged by ordinary standards", tells some miles and even more kilometers about Islam and its moral standard and code.

861 38/26e: "- - - truth (and justice) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and partly unjust moral and judicial codes.

862 38/28d: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

##863 38/28f: "- - - mischief - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and unjust ethical, moral and judicial codes. Muslims have through the times done - and are still doing - much which in any normal such codes are called mischief - but which in the Quran is laudable, "lawful and good", and even heroism.

864 38/28h: "- - - evil - - -". See 38/28f above.

#865 38/44a: “And take in thy hand a little grass and strike therewith, and break no thy oath.” Job had according to another place in the Quran sworn to give his wife 100 whiplashes because she did not believe strongly enough (“no compulsion in religion”? - and this story not from the Bible). But then he regretted his oath, and instead struck her lightly once with 100 straws of grass – then he had kept his oath! Cheating is ok in the Quran as you see among other places here. To circumvent an oath or a promise or to only pretend keeping them, is ok - a small example of a Kitman, or here actually a Hilah. And an excellent sample of the moral in the Quran. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

Al-Taqiyya and Kitman, etc. make a problem for every non-Muslim: Is it possible any time at all to know when a Muslim speaks the truth about a serious question? - when he/she is using Al-Taqiyya or Kitman to cheat you?

But it also is a problem for Muslims: How to make people believe you even when you are telling the full truth, when they know about the lawful lie and the lawful half-truth (al-Taqiyya and Kitman)? And how to strengthen your word when even oaths are not reliable?

866 38/47: "- - - the Good". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

867 38/49c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

868 38/55c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. It also is one of Muhammad’s many negative names for non-Muslims.

869 38/64b: "- - - just and fitting - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and partly unjust moral and judicial codes.

870 38/82: "- - - in the wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. The qualifications for the Quran’s Hell are on many points quite different from in the Bible. (One of the strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.)

871 38/84: "- - - just and fitting - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

872 39/3g: "- - - false - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

873 39/10g: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

874 39/17b: "- - - Evil - - -": Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

875 39/17d: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

876 39/19d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

877 39/24f: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

878 39/28d: "- - - Evil". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. It f.x. is a great evil to refuse to go war or on raids for Muhammad or his successors - an extra informative fact as most of Muhammad's raids were for to steal/rob riches, etc. (see the list in our book "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran".

879 39/33f: "- - - doing right". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

##880 39/37b: "And such as Allah doth guide there can be none to lead astray". There is no need to lead them astray - following especially the surahs from Medina they already are far astray compared to normal codes of conduct and moral. Compare to "do unto others like you want others to do unto you" and see for yourself.

881 39/47b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

882 39/48b: "- - - Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

883 39/51a: "- - - the evil results - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

884 39/51c: "- - - wrongdoers - - ". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

885 39/53ea: "- - - sins - - -". Remember that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code - compare f.x. to "do to others like you want others do to you".

886 39/57e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

887 39/58c: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

888 39/61c: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

889 39/69d: "- - - not be wronged - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

890 39/70a: "- - - will be paid in full (the fruit) of its Deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

891 39/70b: "- - - will be paid in full (the fruit) of its Deeds - - -". Beware that in the Quran the balance between your bad and good deeds counts more at the Day of Doom than in NT, where the benevolence of the god and forgiving is more central than in the Quran. There also is another difference: In the Quran the good deeds are enlarged and weigh up to 10 times of what a similar bad deed weighs - and some deeds guarantees you entrance to paradise no matter of how bad you are (to be killed in war/raid for Allah/Muhammad/the leader). It is easy to enter paradise in Islam - if it exists.

892 39/74f: "- - - work (righteousness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

893 39/75b: "- - - (perfect) justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes, and not to forget in accordance with its own partly unjust judicial code.

894 40/3b: "- - - Sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

895 40/5d: "- - - (- - - Evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes, and thus often wrong according to normal moral codes.

896 40/8e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

897 40/11b: "- - - our sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

898 40/18d: "- - - the Wrongdoers - - -". One of Muhammad's many very negative names for non-Muslims.

899 40/20d: "And Allah will judge with (justice) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "justice", it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and partly unethical moral and ethical codes, and not least in accordance with its own partly unjust Judicial codes.

900 40/21c: "- - - their sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

901 40/28i: "- - - (the sin of) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

902 40/30d: "- - - (the sin of) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

903 40/31d: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and partly unethical moral and ethical codes, and not least in accordance with its own partly unjust judicial codes (sharia laws).

904 40/37c: "- - - thus was made alluring, in Pharaoh's eyes, the evil of his deeds - - -". This is a very common human tendency: What you learn is right, what you think is right, and what your surroundings think is right, what you wish to be right - well, that is right. A very good example of this is Islam. They (at least shall) live according to the Quran and its partly immoral moral code, its partly unethical ethical code, its partly unjust judicial code, etc., and feel very well - not seldom even haughty and high above non-Muslim - because they have such good and high standards to live up to. Before you judge them and their moral, etc. deficits, remember that most of them honestly believe they are superior.

#####Even ordinary people can do horrible things if they know their group or culture accepts such deeds, and even more so if they know such deeds are laudable according to their people or moral codes. Study Muslim history, and you will find lots of proof for this. This also is part of the reason why most terrorists of today are Muslims - the Quran's and Islam's underlying acceptance of the use of "any means" to win, and their/the Quran's culture for and glorifying of the use of murder and war.

40/37d: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

905 40/40b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

906 40/40d: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

907 40/50g: "- - - error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

908 40/52d: "- - - Wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#####909 40/58d: “- - - nor are (equal) those who believe and work deeds of righteousness and those who do evil”. This is obvious. But what then about those points in the Quran's codes of moral, of ethics, of conduct, of warfare, etc. which are evil? And what about the unjust parts of the sharia laws? (Muslims normally are unable to see the evil such places, because they have been told since they were born that this is just and good and glorious. But anyone - Muslims and non-Muslims - are free to compare such points to "do to others like you want others do to you".

910 40/58f: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

911 40/58h: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

912 40/60e: "- - - (non-Muslims*) will surely find themselves in Hell - - -". But what about Yahweh? As said some times the moral, etc., codes in the war and apartheid religion told by the Quran, on several points are so different from normal moral and ethical codes, that may be Yahweh thinks you have been a very good person even if Allah wants you to Hell - the difference between the religions are by far big enough for that, both ways. In that case may be Yahweh will intervene, at least if you are a follower of him? (The differences between the religions are the main proof for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god. Muslims try to explain away the differences with never documented claims about falsifications of the Bible, but both science and Islam thoroughly have proved those claims wrong.)

913 40/78g: "- - - the matter was decided in truth and justice". With justice only if one do not have to use one of the unjust and/or immoral ones of the laws in sharia (many of those laws are ok, but too many not).

914 40/78i: "- - - Falsehoods". In this and many other connections: Anything not in agreement with the Quran, no matter whether it is true or not.

915 41/8c: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

916 41/18c: "- - - righteousness". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

917 41/27f: "- - - the worst of their (non-Muslims'*) deeds". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

918 41/33b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

919 41/34b "- - - Goodness and Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

920 41/34c: “Repel (Evil) with what is better (Good*); then will he between whom and thee was hatred become as it were thy friend and intimate”. This is like taken from Jesus’ words in the NT - - - but this was around 616 – 618 AD, and long before Muhammad and Islam started to change - to become an ethically and morally destroyed robber baron and his convenient religion of theft, rape, destruction and blood. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

921 41/34d: “Repel (Evil) with what is better (Good*); then will he between whom and thee was hatred become as it were thy friend and intimate”. To be friendly towards enemies was good when this was told around 616 – 618 AD - - - but that was before Medina and blood. This verse is abrogated – made invalid - by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

##922 41/34e: "Repel (Evil) with what is better: then will he between whom and thee (a Muslim) was hatred become as it were thy friend and intimate!" This is the essence of one of Jesus' central thoughts. But as far as we can find, it is the only place in the entire Quran we find something like this - it is not central in Islam to say the least of it. The nearest is that it is good in the eyes of Allah if you forgive misdeeds.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

923 41/46b: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

924 41/46e: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

925 41/46g: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

926 42/8g: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

927 42/14e: "- - - truly - - -". Definitely not a proved truth - only a not proved claim. See 2/2b above.

When used in the Quran words like "true", "truth", "truly", "sure" "surety", "surely", "verity", "verily", etc. are claims, not proved facts. Also see 2/2b + 13/1g and 67/9c - 2 strong ones - and as for contradictions to the Bible also 40/20b. Also the latter half of the comments to 41/39a is very relevant. These and similar words cannot be taken at face value unless they are proved.

Graham Lawton: "'Surely' (etc.*) and rhetorical questions (or statements*) - whenever you encounter these in a text, stop and think. The author usually wants you to skate over them as if the claim is so obvious as to be beyond doubt, or the answer self-evident. The opposite is often the case." Try to count such cases in the Quran - they are MANY. Especially the never proved claim "the Truth" and similar are very often used - f.x. words like: "Without doubt", "certain", "verily", "clear", "right", "fact", "wrong", "sign", "proof" (even modern Muslims disuse this word often), "self evident", and more. + there are many rhetorical questions in the Quran.

928 42/15e: "- - - justly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code and partly unjust judicial code.

929 42/21g: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

930 42/22c: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

931 42/22f: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

932 42/23d: "- - - righteous deeds". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance to its own partly immoral moral code. Good righteous deeds f.x. were to steal and rob and extort and suppress and kill for Allah and Muhammad - if Allah exists, if not in reality only for Muhammad - and to rape female captives taken in the name of Allah, not to mention to stone or whip raped women who could not bring 4 male witnesses to the very act for that it was rape. Etc., etc.

933 42/26g: "- - - deeds of righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

934 42/26h: "- - - (Allah*) gives them (Muslims*) increase in their Bounty - - -". See comment to 42/26e above.

935 42/25ca: "- - - sins - - -". Remember that words like this in the Quran is meant in accordance with the book's partly immoral moral code.

936 42/37b: "- - - shameful deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

937 42/40a: "The recompense for an injury is an injury equal thereto (in degree) - - -". This corresponds to the Mosaic law in OT. But it conflicts NT and the new covenant: F.x. "Turn the other cheek".

938 42/40c: "- - - (Allah) loweth not those who do wrong". This looks nice - until you try to find out what is wrong and what is not according to Muhammad's moral and ethical codes. To suppress victims, rape female captives included children, steal/rob, extort, kill was right if you could claim you do it in the name of Allah, to lie and cheat and break your oaths could be right. To refuse to go on raids or wars for the god/Muhammad, was seriously wrong. Etc. There are some large differences between the moral code in the Quran, and normal moral codes.

939 42/40f: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

940 42/41c: "- - - wrong - - -". See 42/40d above.

941 42/42a: "The blame is only upon those who oppress men with wrongdoing and insolently transgress beyond bounds - - -". But this is just what Muslims are ordered to do against non-Muslim, and what is "lawful and good" in the Islamic war laws - nominally only for jihads, but in reality practically everything is called jihad. And honestly: WHAT KIND OF GOOD AND BENEVOLENT GOD IS IT WHO TELLS THAT IF YOU DO HORRIBLE THINGS OR DESTROY THE LIVES AND FUTURE OF FELLOW HUMANS IN HIS NAME, IT IS "LAWFUL AND GOOD"? A horrible difference between the Quran and NT: "Behave against others like you want others to behave against you" (Matt. 7/12). The same god? Nyet! - which is a good and strong English word meaning NO with 3 lines under it. And a word we use because even the rich English language does not have a strong enough NO for this. And Jesus and Muhammad in the same line of prophets (for Muhammad also see 9/88b above)? The same answer.

942 42/42b: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

943 42/42c: "- - - right and justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral, ethical, and judicial codes. There also is a big gap between what is "right and justice" for Muslims and for non-Muslims - the Quran is strong in apartheid and in some ways related to Nazism. And to call Islam "the religion of peace" is an al-Taqiyya - a lawful lie - which succeeds only because few non-Muslims know the surahs from Medina.

944 42/44d: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

945 42/45e: (A42/47 - English 2008 edition A4246): #######"Thus the above sentence implies that every kind of evildoing (zulm), and particularly the oppression of others, results in a spiritual injury to, and ultimately the self-destruction of, its perpetrators and/or their followers". Read the Quran's laws and rules concerning points of view and treatment of non-Muslims - includes suppression and oppression of them. Also compare this to the one basic moral code: "Do onto others like you want others do onto you" - and weep. This sentence tells a lot about why many Muslim societies are like they are - and may be about why Islam and Muslims are widely disliked. (As for the latter also Islam's/Muslims' haughtiness and Islam's aggressive ideology count a lot.)

What does this sentence tell about Islam and about its Muslims? - because this also goes for them.

946 42/45g: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

947 42/47d: "- - - (- - - sin)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

948 43/33b: "- - - of one (evil) way of life". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

949 43/35b: "- - - the Hereafter - - - is for the Righteous (good Muslims*)". But are the good Muslims really "the Righteous"? If you compare even the most "righteous" of Muhammad's people to the moral codes of any normal religion, or to "do unto others like you want others do unto you" (which f.x. "sums up the Law and the Prophets" according to Jesus in Matt. 7/12), quite a lot of them would be far - very far - from righteousness. When you then know the Muslims have their partly immoral moral code from a book with no connection to a god, there are reasons for second thoughts.

950 43/35c: "- - - the Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical - and judicial - codes.

##951 43/37b: "Such (satans) really hinder them from the Path, but they think that they are being guided aright!" This is one of the really thought provoking verses in the Quran, when you think over the many horrible, immoral, and unjust moral and other rules you find in the Quran - rules Muslims honestly believe are glorious, because they have been taught so by their parents and mullahs and others. The same verses which make people from almost any other culture refuse quite to let go the suspicion that the real maker of the Quran are some dark forces - plural or singular.

952 43/38b: "Evil is the Companion - - -". Remember that the moral and ethical code in the Quran at points are so special, that you can be very evil - not obeying Muhammad, fleeing from battle, etc., etc., etc. - according to the Quran, and all the same be reckoned to be very good by normal codes and religions - f.x. by Yahweh, especially in his New Covenant (f.x. Luke 22/20).

953 43/39a: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. The irony is that when used in the Quran the claim that something is wrong, often is wrong.

954 43/67c: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

955 43/72b: "- - - (good) deeds (in life)". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes. As you understand, also your deeds are more essential in the Quran than in especially NT. Good for Muhammad and other leaders, as it is an argument for obeisance and will to do things.

956 43/74a: "The sinners - - -". Remember here that the sinners in a war religion may be different persons - and cover different acts - from in normal religions. No-one who has ever read the surahs from Medina with an open mind, doubts that Islam is a war religion. (To call it "the religion of peace" simply is an al-Taqiyya - a lawful lie - to defend and/or promote the religion.)

957 44/3d: "- - - We (Allah*) (ever) wish to warn (against Evil)". Here is meant "against religious evil" - which means every religious belief not accepted by the Quran. The irony is that large parts of the Quran's moral, ethical, political, war, and judicial codes are evil compared to normal such codes in normal cultures, not to mention compared to "do to others like you want others do to you". (But what is the Quran's definition for "evil" if the theory that the Devil is the real maker of the book, is correct? If it is from supernatural beings, the dark forces are the only alternative, as no god ever delivered a book of a quality like the Quran - and even more so, not a good and benevolent god, as too much is adverse to "do against others like you want others do against you".)

958 44/22b: "- - - sin". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

959 44/37c: "- - - guilty of sin". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

960 44/39b: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, and partly unjust judicial code.

961 44/44b: "- - - Sinful - - -". Remember that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#####962 45/5e: "- - - the fact - - -". Beware that the Quran - and Muslims and Islam - often are very free and liberal when using words like "fact", "proof", etc. Always check if the claims really are fact or proofs, etc. before you believe in such words from Muslim/Islamic sources. And do not judge a Muslim if you find out he is lying about this or that, and especially not concerning the religion. Remember that in Islam it often is not a sin to lie - yes, when it comes to defending or promoting the religion, it even is advices to do so "if necessary". Cfr. "Al-Taqiyya" (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), "war is deceit" (and "everything" is war), and the rules for breaking even words/promises/oaths in the Quran (f.x. 2/225a, 5/89a+b, 16/91d, 16/92a+b, and 66/2a). (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.) All this are moral "specialties" you do not find in normal religions - not to mention in the Bible or NT. But then the moral code in the Quran is a bit "special" on too many points.

963 45/7d: "- - - sinful - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans of being peaceful), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

#####964 45/14e: "- - - it is for Him (Allah*) to recompense (for good or ill) each People - - -". Tell this to aggressive Islamic clergy, to Muslim warriors and terrorists.

965 45/14h: "- - - according to what they (people*) have earned". But beware of that also this is meant in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

966 45/15a: "- - - a righteous deed - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

967 45/15c: "- - - does evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

968 45/19e: "- - - Righteous". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes and sometimes also in accordance with its own partly unjust sharia laws.

969 45/21f: "- - - do righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes and sometimes also in accordance with its own partly unjust sharia laws.

970 45/22d: "- - - for just ends - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc. Because of this claim at least frequently is wrong.

971 45/22e: "- - - wronged - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes and sometimes also in accordance with its own partly unjust sharia laws.

972 45/31d: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

973 45/33: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

974 46/3d: "- - - for just ends - - -.” See the Quran's partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust sharia laws, etc.

975 46/10i: "- - - unjust". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

976 46/12g: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, its partly unethical ethical code, its partly unjust judicial code, etc.

977 46/12j: "- - - do right". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

978 46/14d: "- - - (good) deeds". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like they, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and partly unethical ethical code.

979 46/15c: "- - - work righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

980 46/19c: "- - - injustice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

981 46/20g: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

982 46/20h: "- - - transgressed - - -". This word and the corresponding word "transgressor" normally are used in claimed cases of religious transgression. But beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

983 46/25b: "- - - sin". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral and unethical moral and ethical codes.

984 46/28e: "- - - falsehood - - -". Beware that when this word is used in normal ways in the Quran, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

985 46/29c: "- - - (- - - sin)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

986 46/32g: "- - - error - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this in religious connection like here, it partly is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and partly in accordance with the Quran's unreliable texts - f.x. full of mistakes.

#####987 47/4n: (A47/4): "In other words, when "those who are bent on denying the truth (the Quran with all its mistakes, etc.*) deprive the Muslims of their social and political liberty and thus make it impossible for them to live in accordance with the principle of their faith, a just war (jihad) becomes allowable and, more than that, a duty". In this connection it is very thought provoking that according to the Quran the principle of Islam includes that Muslims shall rule and everyone else suppressed and without political power or influence - and "paying jizya - extra tax - with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued". This is the official and final goal for Islam according to the Quran. Think this over.

988 47/10b: "- - - (- - - did evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code and sometimes it’s partly unjust sharia laws.

989 47/12d: "- - - do righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code and sometimes it’s partly unjust sharia laws.

990 47/13b: "- - - (- - - sins) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

991 47/14e: "- - - one to whom the evil of his conduct seems pleasing - - -". One of Muhammad's many negative names for non-Muslims. Or - - -? This is Muhammad's intended meaning. But when you know how many point in the Quran's moral code conflict with normal moral codes and with "do against others like you want others do against you", this definitely also goes for all the Muslims living in accordance with those points.

992 47/17e: "- - - (- - - evil)". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code and sometimes it’s partly unjust sharia laws.

993 47/20-21: "- - - more fitting for them (the ones not wanting to go to war*) were it to obey - - -". Obey whom? Allah, of course! - which here on Earth meant obeying Muhammad. A nice sentence for any dictator.

994 47/21a: “- - - it were best for them (the ones not strong in belief*) if they were true to Allah (= war).” That also is best also for you. But what did following the Quran mean? As it is not from a god, it does not mean being true to any god. True to dark forces? - or to men? - or to the robber baron and later warlord Muhammad?

995 47/21b: "- - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

996 47/36c: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code and sometimes it’s partly unjust sharia laws.

997 48/6d: "- - - a round of Evil". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and unethical ethical codes.

998 48/12d: "- - - (in wickedness) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and partly unethical code of ethics. You also must remember that Islam has no moral or ethical philosophy - everything is a question of what said and did Muhammad in his pre-medieval time?

999 48/17b: "No blame is there on the blind, nor is there blame on the lame, nor one ill (if he joins not the war) - - -". The underlying, but clear meaning: But there is blame on every fit man who does not want to go on raids/war. There is not an adult Muslim not knowing about points like this in the Quran. All the same they vehemently and with straight faces claim that Islam is "the Religion of Peace"(!!!)

No comment - and none necessary.

Except: Try to find things like this in NT! One more at least 100% proof for that Yahweh and Allah were not the same god - and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same line of anything of any consequence.

####1000 48/19a: "And many gains will they (Muslims*) acquire (besides) - - -". Well, a good number of Muslims became rich or at least well off from plunder, extortion, slave taking, etc. But we have never till this day met a single Muslim - not to mention a Muslim religious or profane leader or Islam itself - reflecting on what price others had to pay for that. You meet boasting about riches and power, but never a thought about the victims. And as it was "lawful and good" according to Muhammad, none of them will ever do or think so - not among the religious Muslims at least. That is ethics and moral in Islam.

1001 48/29m: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and partly unethical ethical code.

1002 49/7j: "- - - wickedness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes. They in some ways are similar to the Nazi and the apartheid ones.

1003 49/7n: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes. They in some ways are similar to the Nazi and the apartheid ones.

1004 49/9c: "- - - Allah loves those who are fair (and just)". Contradicted by reality: Both in Islamic code of moral (f.x. "lawful and good" to rape female prisoners included children, to steal/rob if it is done in the name of Allah (!!!), extortion, all are ok.) and in sharia (f.x. punish a raped woman for indecency if she cannot bring 4 male witnesses who have seen the raping) there are unfair and unjust rules presumably made by Allah. Nice claims and nice and big words cannot outweigh reality.

1005 49/9d: "- - - fair - - - justice - - - just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

1006 49/11c: "- - - doing wrong". Remember that when the Quran uses words and expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1007 49/13d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes. They in some ways are similar to the Nazi and the apartheid ones.

1008 50/25a: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes. They in some ways are similar to the Nazi and the apartheid ones.

1009 50/25b: "- - - transgressed all bounds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this word or the corresponding "transgressor" it sometimes means everything not according to the Quran, and always it is meant in accordance with the Quran's partly immoral moral code.

1010 50/31c: "- - - Righteous - - -": Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

1011 51/7-8: "By the Sky with (its) numerous Paths Truly ye (non-Muslims* are in a doctrine discordant". The Quran hers swears by the sky - sentences in the Quran starting with "by" normally are oaths. But remember that oaths can be broken in Islam - at worst you have to pay expiation to Allah. (Well if you do not only swear but also confirm the oath the best is not to break it - at least expiation will be more expensive).

##1012 51/10a: "Woe to the falsehood-mongers - - -".

  1. As the Quran is not from a god - too much is wrong - is Muhammad among them? He is, if not f.x. an illness - f.x. TLE (Temporal Lobe Epilepsy) - made him believe himself everything, included his lies, were true.
  2. As the Quran is not from a god - too much is wrong - are the Muslims among them? They are, if they see the mistakes, etc in the Quran, and all the same pretend they are not there.
  3. If Muslims use al-Taqiyya (lawful lies), Kitman (lawful half-truths), deceit, broken/false oaths, etc., are they then among them? They are - lying and cheating are lying and cheating and falsehood.
  4. As "falsehood-mongers" in the Quran = all non-Muslims, this sentence also is part of the basis for the Quran's and thus Islam's moral code.

1013 51/10c: "- - - falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this word, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when it is used in religious context, it means "anything not in accordance with the Quran". That the Quran is full of mistakes does not matter (and is denied).

1014 51/12d: "- - - Justice - - -" A word which is difficult to use without reservations/comments about the Quran's moral, ethical and judicial codes.

1015 51/34b: "- - - trespasses (and also the corresponding "trespassers"*) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses these words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when using them in a religious connection it means anything not in accordance with the Quran.

1016 51/46c: "- - - transgressed - - -". Comment similar to 51/34b above.

1017 51/53b: "- - - transgressing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when used in religious connection, it means anything not in accordance with the Quran.

1018 51/59b: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1019 52/11f: "- - - Falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this word, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and that when it is used in religious connection, it means everything not in accordance with the Quran.

1020 52/17b: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral and ethical codes.

1021 52/47d: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1022 53/29b: “- - - shun those who turn away from Our (Allah’s) Message - - -”. = Shun the non-Muslims. (Does anybody understand why it is so difficult to integrate Muslims in other cultures? Or why some Muslims tend to be haughty?)

1023 53/31g: "- - - do evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Compare the Quran's moral code with "do against others like you want others do against you" and weep.

1024 53/31i: "- - - do good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Compare the Quran's moral code with "do against others like you want others do against you" and weep.

1025 53/32a: "- - - great sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Compare the Quran's moral code with "do against others like you want others do against you" and weep. Also see 53/32b just below.

1026 53/32c: "- - - shameful deeds - - -". See 53/32a-b above.

1027 53/41a: "Then (in the next life*) will he (a person*) be rewarded - - -". Is it fair to reward a person for good or for bad deeds if he/she did it because Allah had predestined it like that?

1028 53/52c: "- - - unjust - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. Compare the Quran's moral code with "do against others like you want others do against you" and weep.

1029 53/52e: "- - - transgressors - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when used in religious connection it means everyone not living according to the Quran.

1030 54/54b: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1031 55/7c: "- - - (- - - Justice) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this word, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, very immoral code of war, partly immoral and unjust judicial code, etc.

1032 55/8: "- - - transgress - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when used in religious connections it means everything which does not agree with the Quran.

1033 55/9a: "So establish weight with justice and fall nor short in the balance". One of the positive points in the Quran, is its insistence on honesty in trade. Though our experiences in some Muslim countries about honesty in economy is rather mixed - f.x. the demand of 12 times the bus fare on a bus - and it was no "accident", way above the boat ticket IN THE OFFICE OF THE BIG INDONESIAN FERRY- AND SHIP COMPANY (both cases from Indonesia), just to mention two of very many personal experiences. Also ask a sailor what an "Arab salesman" means. Perhaps honesty is most essential towards Muslims?

A small PS here: Remember that Muhammad started as an Arab salesman.

Also there are indications in the Quran for that cheating non-Muslims is less serious than cheating Muslims.

1034 55/9b: "- - - justice - - -". See 55/7c above.

1035 55/39c: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1036 55/41b: "- - - sinner - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1037 55/60: "Are there any Reward for Good - other than Good?" Yes, at least in two cases: When what you believe is good, in reality is bad (one of the reasons why many reacts negatively to Muslims/Islam). Some of what Muhammad claims in the Quran is "lawful and good", in reality is bad - and even Muslims are able to see a lot such points if they start from: "Do against others what you want others do against you". And: No matter how good you behave, you end in no paradise if you believe in a religion not from a real god. Muslims are in a bad start position here, as they believe in a book not from any god - too many errors, etc. for any god to be involved in the Quran.

1038 56/46: "- - - Wickedness supreme - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code (just in this case the powerful ones opposed Muhammad and his new religion).

1039 56/51c: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1040 56/51f: "- - - Falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when used in religious context it means anything not in accordance with the Quran. Also see 2/2b, 13/16 and 40/75 above.

1041 57/10e: “Not equal among you (Muslims*) are those who spent (freely) and fought, before the Victory, (with those who did so later). Those are higher in rank than those who spent (freely) and fought afterwards. But to all has Allah promised a goodly (reward).” Spend money and fight in war for Muhammad (and his successors) and Allah, and Allah will give you a rich reward. Another mighty incitement for getting money and warriors for war. (But does an omniscient and omnipotent god really need war? – he knows everything and can do everything in better ways. The Quran says it is to test you – but does an omniscient god need to test you, when he knows everything and all the answers before and even predestines everything? And can a god really be a good and benevolent one, when the main thing he wants from his underlings, is that they behave like devils against others? – when someone says something, but gives instructions for or does something very different, we believe in the instructions and deeds, not in the cheap words.)

1042 57/10f: “Not equal among you (Muslims*) are those who spent (freely) and fought, before the Victory, (with those who did so later). Those are higher in rank than those who spent (freely) and fought afterwards. But to all has Allah promised a goodly (reward).” Compare this to especially NT - one of the at least 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and for that Jesus and Muhammad are not in the same line, yes, not even in the same league.

##1043 57/10g: “Not equal among you are those who spent (freely) and fought before the Victory, (with those who did so later). Those are higher in rank - - - “. It is typical for Islam after 622 AD in Medina, that what counts is not what kind of man (women counts little) you are, what good things you have done - though charity counts some - how you care for your fellow citizens, what is in your heart, etc. What really counts is how eager a warrior you are - and here Muhammad/Allah is giving the early warrior followers some extra praise.

Compare this to NT and see if Allah = Yahweh. Impossible unless Yahweh - or Allah - is mentally ill.

*1044 57/10h: “Those (the early warrior followers*) are higher in rank than those who spent (freely) afterwards. But to all has Allah promised a goodly (reward).” War - and spending from your possessions for war - is what really counts (this is especially clear as the Quran other places in words not possible to misunderstand, says that the ones just giving to and helping, are not equal to the real warriors). The good Muslims - warriors - go directly and to the better parts of Paradise - also see 10/9f above.

Did somebody say something about a peaceful religion or about a good and peaceful and kind Allah or Muhammad?

1045 57/15f: "- - - transgressors - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words similar to this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, its partly unethical ethical code, it’s very immoral war code, its partly unjust judicial code, etc., and when it is used in religious contexts, it means everyone not living in accordance with the Quran.

1046 57/18a: “For those who give to Charity - - -". The demand for charity is one of the pluses for the Quran. But there is no escaping the fact that 2 facts reduces its moral value: For one thing the main point is not to help fellow human beings, but to gain/buy merit in Heaven, and for another: To help your nearest family gives just as much merit in heaven as to help a stranger, and then strangers easily end up far down on the priority list. (For f.x. Christians to help your nearest is a duty, and only to help others is charity.)

1047 57/18d: "- - - loan to Allah a Beautiful Loan - - -". This is a standard expression in the Quran, normally meaning risking or giving your life in raids or wars for Muhammad - in most cases not for the defense of the religion, but for stealing/robbing, enslaving, extorting, etc. (see the chapter about Muhammad’s raids in "1000+ Mistakes in the Quran" - www.1000mistakes.com . Also see 57/11a-d above. (For the record: In just this case there is a chance that also this expression refers to giving money, but this in case is not the normal meaning of it.)

1048 57/20d: "- - - (- - - wrong) - - -". Beware that when the Quran - and Muslim scholars - use words like this, it is in accordance with the book's partly immoral, moral code.

1049 57/22b: "No misfortune can happen on earth or in your souls but is recorded in a decree before We (Allah*) bring it into existence - - -". Everything which happens is not only predestined by Allah, but even recorded "in a decree" before Allah makes it happen. But where is then the justice in punishing man for sins, when it is Allah who has decided it and made it happen??!!

1050 58/2d: "- - - (sin) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1051 58/9e: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1052 58/11c: A sample of Islamic good deeds (and also see next comment just below): "And when you are told to rise up, rise up - - -". Muhammad Asad's translation in the Swedish 2002 edition: "And when you are told 'Rise up!' - then rise up (at once)". Muhammad Asad's comment (A58/20, translated from Swedish 2002 AD edition): "Many of the classical commentators, among them especially clearly Tabari - - - means that the underlying meaning here is: "If you are told: 'Raise up and do good', follow then this incitement". - According to Ibn 'Abbas and Al-Hasan al-Basri, quoted by Ibn Kathir, the underlying meaning in this connection is "- - - prepare for going to war".

The Good Deed may be going to war to kill and rob and rape and suppress.

The religion of peace(!!)

1053 58/14a: “Turnest thou (Muhammad/good Muslim*) not thy attention to those who turn (in friendship) to such who have the Wrath of Allah upon them (non-Muslims*)?” That is something you should not do. A good verse for a mullah, a fanatic, an enemy of yours seeking to hurt you, for anybody wishing to launch extrication against anyone - a strong social threat: Do not mingle too much with the bad non-Muslims. A very likely reason - among others - why Muslims in many cultures do not fit in.

1054 58/14g: "- - - falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1055 58/15ca: "- - - evil - - -". Remember that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1056 58/22b: 58/22a in normal language: 'You will find no Muslim loving a non-Muslim even if he is a father, a son, a brother, or another close relative'. A most sad verse, a most disturbing verse, a most revealing verse - - - and a world away from the message of Jesus, who asks you to love even your enemies (Matt. 5/44). One of the 200% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah were not the same god - not to mention how different Jesus was from Muhammad. To be quipping: Nearly the only likeness between them was that Jesus was a bachelor, whereas Muhammad had a harem.

1057 59/5a: “Whether ye cut down (O ye Muslims!) the tender palm-trees - - -.” To cut down palm-trees – the very basis for life in the desert – was reckoned to be such a “low” deed, that it was almost unheard of. But Muhammad did so – in an act of sheer terrorism and psychological warfare. But the deed was deemed so rotten, that Muhammad afterwards had to have Allah's help sorting it out ("it was by leave of Allah") - it is typical for the Quran that when Muhammad was in a fix, he never got a warning from the claimed clairvoyant/omniscient Allah so as to avoid the problem, only help to tidy up afterwards. Was not Allah really clairvoyant? (Muslims today try to explain away this terrorist act or worse, by telling that he made an open place for a battlefield. This “explanation” is just so much rubbish. For one thing: If there is one thing there is enough of in an arid land, it is open space – it was just to agree on where to meet. For another: Who have in all the history of war ever heard of primitive warriors felling the forest to make opening for a fight? For a third: Anyone – absolutely anyone, included any Muslim – who has ever seen a plantation of date palms, knows very well that there is plenty of space for fighting between the trees. But the main fact: Who the He.. would believe that a weak force – the Banu al-Nadir – would come out from behind reasonably secure walls to fight an open battle against a much stronger enemy? – and on top of all leave their families undefended? No sane man knowing two millimeters about warfare would believe this – and Muhammad already knew a lot about warfare. You have to be very naïve to believe this “explanation”. Muslim terrorism simply is nothing new).

1058 59/5c: "- - - transgressors - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when it is used in religious connection, it means everybody not living according to the Quran, or at least everybody resisting it.

1059 59/17f: "- - - wrongdoers". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1060 59/19d: "- - - transgressors - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when it is used in religious connections it means everyone who does not accept Islam, or at least everyone who opposes Islam,

1061 60/1c: "- - - my enemies and yours - - -". Non-Muslims are "our" enemies - no less.

1062 60/1l: “And any of you (Muslims*) that does this (making friends with non-Muslims*) has strayed from the Straight Path (Islam*)”. To make friends - at least good friends - with non-Muslims is a sin and a deviation from Islam. How do you think a verse like this works on the possibility of integration of Muslims in other societies? - or for non-Muslims trying to be integrated in a Muslim society? - or even for contact between Muslims and other people?

1063 60/2b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1064 60/4b: “There is for you (Muslims*) an excellent example (to follow) in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people: ‘We are clear of you and of whatever you worship besides Allah: we have rejected you, and there has arisen, between us and you, enmity and hatred forever - unless you believe in Allah and him alone’ - - -”. Remember that Islam tells often and clearly that what is told in one context in the Quran, nearly always has general and universal meaning and value. Words not possible to misunderstand: Non-Muslims are enemies.

An extra point: To have another religion is enough for the good Muslim (according to Islam and here to the Quran) to feel "enmity and hatred forever". Rather a thought provoking piece of information.

1065 60/8b: "- - - justly - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral cod, partly unethical ethical code and partly unjust sharia laws.

1066 60/9a: “Allah only forbids you - - - from turning to them (non-Muslims striving against you for your faith*) to turn to them (for friendship or protection):” Do not become friends with your opponents or the opponents of Islam.

1067 60/9e: "- - - support (others) in driving them (some non-Muslims*) out - - -". Compare this to Jesus: "Turn the other cheek" (f.x. Matt. 5/39) or "Love your enemies" (f.x. Matt. 5/43-47). The brutality and the love for fighting in the Quran's teaching is one of the absolute proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and for that there are no lines of any essential kinds between Jesus and Muhammad (in most of the central matters, Jesus and Muhammad are antipodes, and at least on themes like moral and ethics the same can be said about Yahweh and Allah.

1068 60/10f: "He (Allah*) judges (with justice) - - -". See the Quran's partly immoral moral code and its partly unjust Sharia laws and weep - or laugh.

1069 60/12b "- - - falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1070 60/12d: "- - - just matter - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, very immoral war code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

1071 60/13b: “Turn not (for friendship) to people on whom is the Wrath of Allah ". A clear message.

##1072 61/4b: “Truly Allah loves those who fight in His Cause in battle array as if they were a solid cemented structure”. The ones who say the Quran is as good as the Bible, not to mention NT, have never read the Quran - which we can say even if we are not very Christian.

  1. A god loving mass slaughter and murderers!!!
  2. If that is a good god, I do hope I never meet a bad one.
  3. And this is the icon and ideal of Islam!
  4. Will you like to live in a Muslim society in a world ruled by such a religion?
  5. And remember: War and hate is only one part of Islam.

But a mighty incitement and war propaganda mixed with romancing of war – and everyone at this time knew about spoils of war and slaves and free women to rape, etc.

But far from the Bible, Yahweh, and Jesus.

##1073 61/4c: “Truly Allah loves those who fight in His Cause in battle array as if they were a solid cemented structure”. Muslims claiming the Quran confirms the Bible, have never tried to find sentences like this in NT. This is one of the at least 200% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - not to mention that Jesus and Muhammad are not in the same line of anything at all of any consequence. Antipodes is a suitable word for most of the essential facts of their lives and teachings.

1074 61/7b: "- - - falsehood - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. And when used in religious connection it means anything not in accordance with the Quran, even though much is wrong in the Quran.

1075 61/7e: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. It f.x. was - AND IS - very wrong not to steal/rob, enslave, suppress, discriminate and kill for Allah or Muhammad according to that "moral" code. Thus: When the Quran - or Islam - claims something is wrong, that claim sometimes is wrong. Ironical.

1076 61/12a: “(If you go to war and/or are killed for Muhammad*) He (Allah*) will forgive you your sins, and admit you to Gardens beneath which rivers flow, and to beautiful mansions in Gardens of eternity - - -.” There once was a cheap book named “All this and Heaven too”. It is similar here: all the rape and stealing and slaves you can manage – and for those good, benevolent deeds for your as benevolent god: The Paradise with more luxury and more women. Nice and attractive for naïve, poor and virile – not to say virulent – uncivilized young and not young men.

This point is totally at odds with the Bible (some war in OT, but for Israel, not for Yahweh) and especially with NT. One of the strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god - and Jesus and Muhammad not in the same religion.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

1077 61/12c: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1078 61/13c: “(And in war you will get*) help from Allah and a speedy victory.” One more strong proof for that Yahweh - especially like you meet him in NT - is not the same god as Allah, and the same for that Jesus and Muhammad have few, if any, of deep moral, etc. similarities.

1079 61/13e: “- - - Glad Tidings - - -“. Permission to steal/rob, suppress, rape, enslave, keep harems, murder, etc. which are central parts of the Quran – are those “Glad Tidings”? Direct orders to go to war and kill and suppress and enslave and loot and destruct – or be killed or mutilated yourself - is that “Glad Tidings”? Direct orders to concentrate only on religious knowledge (indirectly very clear in the Quran and directly and unmistakably very clear in Islam from very early – and totally dominant from around 1095 AD) – is that “Glad Tidings”? Total destruction of all advanced countries and cultures they met in Africa, Europe and Asia at least as far east as what was then India – destruction it took the locals at least 200 years to overcome (if ever) – is that “Glad Tidings”? The inhumanity in the war religion – is that “Glad Tidings”? The reduction of women to third class citizens – if really citizens – (Islam’s claim that women were/are better off under Islam than before only is true for some parts of what is now the Muslim area, mainly in towns in parts of Arabia – and even there it had not necessarily been true today if it was not for the suppressing factor of Islam) – is that “Glad Tidings”? The enslavement and suppression and mass murders/slaughtering of non-Muslims – was and is (see Muslims at waging war and terror even today) that “Glad Tidings”? What a war religion did and does to the societies and the personal soul – is that “Glad Tidings”? The suppression of thinking – all non-religious philosophy, and all religious non-conform (to Islam) thinking – is that “Glad Tidings”? Well, yes, for some Muslims – the ones of the warriors who survived in good health and became rich from looting, and the ones of the leaders who became rich in wealth and women from looting/slave taking and taxation plus became powerful, then and today.

For everyone else it was everything from “Bad Tidings” to terror – and still is (just look at the backward societies it resulted in once the riches from looting came to an end – and even worse when the hard taxation or pogroms of non-Muslim underlings, reduced the number and/or economy of those underlings. Look f.x. at the development in India, China, Brazil of today – especially India and China were far behind the Islamic countries 60 years ago, but what has been happening during these years? Take away the oil, the money from outside the area and the ideas from outside, more or less forced on the clergy and the leaders from media and others – what has really happened in the Islamic area since f.x. 1950 compared to many other places?

Yes: For everyone else included most Muslims it was and still is everything from “Bad Tidings” to terror.

Especially so if Islam is a made up religion. And even more so if there somewhere is a true religion that Islam blocks its members from even looking for.

The very best one can say about the Quran and “Glad Tidings”, is that for some parts of it partly were glad tidings because they grew rich and/or powerful, and that for some others parts of it brings peace to the soul – like strong believers gain from ANY of the main religions.

For all others – included the majority of Muslims – it as said was “Bad Tidings”. And as said especially so if Islam is a made up religion. Which it seems to be from the proofs of the Quran and the words and life of Muhammad.

This claim about "glad tidings" is contradicted by stark and black reality and history.

1081 62/5e: "Evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1082 62/7e: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1083 63/2b: "They (non-Muslims*) have made their oaths a screen - - -". An interesting claim taken into account that Muhammad himself in the Quran and in Hadiths advises - and practices (and also Abu Bakr - his second in command) - to break ones oaths if a broken oath gives a better result (2/225, 3/54 (if Allah can cheat, cheating is ok), 5/89, 16/91, 66/2). And al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and Kitman (the lawful half-truth) are comparable cases. (For some reason or other Islam and its Muslims seldom claim that Islam is the religion of honesty.)

1084 63/2f: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1085 63/6e: "- - - transgressors - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related word, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and when used in religious connections, it means anyone not believing in Muhammad and his teaching, or at least the ones opposing it.

1086 64/9e: "- - - righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1087 64/10d: "- - - falsehood (and not falsehood*) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like these, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and its own partly twisted reality.

1088 65/1g: "- - - transgresses the limits of Allah - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it means anyone not living according to the Quran's partly immoral moral rules, partly unethical ethical rules, and partly unjust judicial rules.

1089 65/1i: "- - - wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral cod.

1090 65/2c: "- - - justice - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, partly unjust judicial cod, etc.

1091 65/6d: "- - - just - - -". There is not too much justice in the sharia laws when it comes to handling children in cases of divorce - it is the interests of the father which counts. When you like we have met a quite young, divorced mother who hides herself behind a hedge to be able sometimes to see her primary school child, you see how much "justice" there are in those laws. Worse: Such laws are bad for the children - it is elementary psychology that children normally need and benefit from contact with both parents.

1092 65/11h: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

#####1093 66/2a: "Allah has already ordained for you, (O men), the dissolution of your oaths (in some cases)- - -". According to other places in the Quran, the cases when you can break your oat without sinning, are:

  1. Oaths you have given without really meaning them.
  2. Oaths where you later see you will get a more satisfactory result if you break your oat. In serious cases, though, you should pay a "fine" - expiation - to Allah to be forgiven".

Also see 2/225, 5/89,and 16/91 above.

Can anyone please tell us what remains of trustworthiness of a Muslim's words and oaths - especially when you add to this the al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie) and the Kitman (the lawful half-truth) and permitted deceits and betrayals? - and his point of view that "war is deceit" (and everything is war). And much worse in this case: WHAT REMAINS OF MUHAMMAD'S TRUSTWORTHINESS - NOT TO MENTION THE QURAN'S TRUSTWORTHINESS?

##1094 66/2b: "Allah has already ordained for you, (O men), the dissolution of your oaths (in some cases)- - -". According to other places in the Quran, the cases when you can break your oat without sinning, are:

  1. Oaths you have given without really meaning them.
  2. Oaths where you later see you will get a more satisfactory result if you break your oat. In serious cases, though, you should pay a "fine" - expiation - to Allah to be forgiven".

Also see 2/225, 5/89,and 16/91 above.

One of the at least 200% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and Jesus not in any line morally connected to Muhammad. NT tells you not to swear at all ( f.x. Matt. 5/34), and if you do it all the same, you have to keep your word.

1095 66/4e: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1096 66/10d: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1097 66/11da: "- - - do wrong". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with their own partly immoral moral code.

1098 66/11f: "- - - do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1099 67/11a: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1100 67/20a: Please read the surahs from Medina, the immoral parts of the Muslim moral code, and the unjust/immoral parts of sharia, and see if you agree to this verse. Always when there is a distance between words and corresponding demands and deeds, we at least always believe in the demands and deeds - words are too cheap to use and disuse.

#1101 67/30c: (A67/22): "Just as water is an indispensable element of all organic life, so is a constant flow of moral consciousness an indispensable prerequisite of all spiritual life - - -". This may tell something about spiritual life in Islam, as its moral code partly is immoral or strongly immoral. (Compare it to "do to others like you want others do to you", and judge for yourself.)

######1102 68/4b: “And thou (Muhammad*) (standest) on an exalted standard of character - - -”. Well:

Seen in the Quran and the Hadiths:

  1. Lots of mistaken facts, and other mistakes. Not typical for an omniscient god, but sometimes for cheaters, deceivers, and swindlers.
  2. Lots of invalid arguments - hallmarks for cheaters and deceivers, etc.
  3. Lots of "signs" - all invalid as proofs for Allah or for Muhammad's connection to a god.
  4. A number of "proofs" - all invalid as proofs for Allah or for Muhammad's connection to a god. A few of the "proofs" even are scientifically wrong. Hallmarks for cheats, swindlers, and deceivers.
  5. A man gluing himself to his god and his religion – his platform of power.
  6. A self proclaimed prophet who in reality was no prophet – he had not the gift of prophesying. Muhammad did not even pretend or claim to have that gift, he just “borrowed” the distinguished and imposing title. (A few things he said, came true, but less than the probability of sheer chance should predict – and they were not given as prophesies.) A messenger, ok – for someone or something or for himself – an apostle for the same, ok. But a person who does not have the gift of prophesying, is not a real prophet - Muhammad just “borrowed” an imposing title. Islam also claims that messenger is a more distinguished title prophet – but that title just means “one who is not implicated, but just brings messages from one or more to one or more others” - a messenger boy. He does not even have to understand what things really are about. Besides: Why did Muhammad borrow the title “prophet” if the title “messenger” had been more distinguished? – simply because a prophet is something more: Messages like a messenger + prophesies - - - if it is a real prophet. Also beware that the original title for prophets was "a seer" - one who saw the unseen or the future (f.x. Amos 7/12, 1. Chr.26/28, 29/29, 2. Chr.16/7, 16/10, 19/2, 29/25, Micha 3/7, 1. Sam. 9/9, 9/11, 9/18, 9/19). It is very clear that Muhammad was unable to see the unseen - - - but "prophet" was a very tempting title.(Muhammad also used the title prophet relatively seldom in the Quran - perhaps he did not want to invite to questions.)
  7. A messenger being the chief of highwaymen from Yathrib/Medina - even in holy months.
  8. A messenger also living from extortion - (money for men kidnapped from f.x. caravans or raided villages and towns).
  9. A messenger whose due was 20% of the stolen/robbed things.
  10. A messenger whose due was 100% of the stolen/robbed things if the victim gave in without a fight (albeit not all for personal use).
  11. A messenger permitting to take “spoils of war” - and 20% for him (albeit not all for himself).
  12. A messenger permitting to take slaves - and 20% for him (albeit not all for personal use).
  13. A messenger who received ca. 2.5% (from 0% to 10 %) of what you owned each and every year (if you were not too poor) – for the poor, but also for war and for “gifts” (bribes) to keep or attract followers, etc.
  14. A messenger using betrayal (f.x. promise of safe return of a 30 strong delegation from Khaybar broken and 29 of them murdered, and his slogans "war is betrayal" and "war is deceit").
  15. A messenger with special agreement with the god for having many women.
  16. A messenger teaching hate against and suppression of non-followers.
  17. A messenger teaching and inciting war against non-followers.
  18. A messenger personally raping female prisoners/slaves.
  19. A messenger liking a sizable harem.
  20. A messenger who married a 6 year old girl and started sex with her when she was 9 (and he 52).
  21. A messenger who married a rich widow 15 years his senior, but his other wives 20 to 36 years younger than him - the child Aisha even more (likely 43).
  22. A messenger who had the child Aisha as his favorite wife for the rest of his life.

  23. A messenger and his men - all with permission from their god to rape any female prisoner or slave who was not pregnant. It was “lawful and good”.
  24. A messenger who initiated assassinations of opponents.
  25. A messenger who initiated murders of opponents.
  26. A messenger who initiated mass murder.
  27. A messenger teaching suppression of women and non-followers.
  28. A messenger with lust for power (easy to see from f.x. Hadith, but even more so from f.x. the way he glues himself to his platform of power, his god, also in the Quran).
  29. A messenger with a huge appetite for women - one knows the name of 36 he had sex with. 11 long time wives, 16 short time wives (never mentioned by Muslims), 2 concubines, and 7 one does not know if he was married to or not (never mentioned by Muslims). He also was a rapist - he raped at least Rayhana bint Amr and Safiyya bint Huayay, and also Maria had no free choice. We do not know if he raped other captives or slaves.

And not least: All this is from Muslim sources - what Islam itself tells about him, though in more glossy words. There is no excuse for becoming angry, because it is 100% true according to Islam itself.

Yes, many will call this “an exalted standard of character”. But not many of those would be non-Muslims. And how many of the Muslims can say it and feel honest?

"Do against others like you want others do against you".

If Muhammad was an excellent idol for good Muslims, we hope never to meet a bad Muslim.

1103 68/10c: "- - - despicable men - ready with oaths - - -". An ironic complaint - ironic because Islam is the only of the large religions which officially permits lies, deceit, and broken oaths, etc. in many connections - for a broken oat the only reason you need, is that it will give a better result to break your oath than to keep it - well, in some cases you will have to pay expiation to Allah afterwards (like the worst excesses by the Roman catholic Church during the darkest Middle Age - and it is official Islamic religion in the Quran then, today and forever, as the Quran is unchangeable.

It also tells something about Muhammad's, Islam's, and Muslims' moral code that they know Islam and the Quran permits disuse and breaking of oaths, and all the same slander others for using oaths.

And it also tells not a little about Islam and Muslims that they know Muhammad's points of view on using dishonesty, and all the same they are able to believe without any question that he always and without exception was honest - in spite of even clear lies in the Quran. Man's power to believe what he wishes to believe, is imposing.

1104 68/12b: "- - - good - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1105 68/12d: "- - - transgressing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and used in religious connection it means everything/-one not in accordance with the Quran, or at least what and who wish/who are opposing the Quran/Islam.

1106 68/12f: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1107 68/13a: "(Non-Muslims are*) Violent (and cruel) - - -". See 68/10b. And even more: Study the Quran's moral code and code of war, etc. The cast-iron frying pan calling the stainless steel kettle black?

1108 68/25: "- - - (unjust) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

68/26b: "- - - more just - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unjust judicial code, etc.

1109 68/29c: "- - - doing wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1110 68/31c: "- - - transgressed - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses this and related words, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code and code of conduct, and when it is used in religious connection, it means anyone not Muslim, or at least anyone opposing Muhammad and/or Islam.

1111 68/34c: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1112 68/35c: "- - - Sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

######1113 68/35+36: “Shall We (Allah*) treat the people of Faith like the People of Sin? What is the matter with you? How judge you?” Yes, “how judge ye” to believe non-Muslims can be of as good quality humans as Muslims? - shall Muslims and non-Muslims be treated similar?! (But to be down-to-earth: These two verses tell something sinister about the Quran and thus about Muhammad and about Islam. No comments necessary.)

1114 68/50b: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1115 69/9d: "- - - Sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1116 70/11a: "- - - the sinner's - - -" This expression in the Quran may mean bad Muslims, but normally in that book it simply means non-Muslims - one of Muhammad's many distaste - and stronger - inducing name for non-Muslims.

###1117 70/29-30: “And those who guard their chastity, except with their wives and the (captives) whom their right hands possess (= slaves*) – for (then) they are not to be blamed - - -.” There is no blame for raping a captive woman taken captive in the name of Allah, or your slave women – just how and how often you want. A good and benevolent god with an excellent moral (at least for the Muslim free man).

"Do against others like you want other do against you" (Luke 6/31).

One of the really strong proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god, and for that Jesus and Muhammad are not in the same line of prophets (in addition to that Muhammad was not really a prophet. see 9/88b above.

It is verses like this - and worse - which make people with normal moral codes - codes in reasonable nearness to "do to others like you want others do to you" - sometimes want to puke over the Quran and over Islam.

1118 71/24b: "- - - Wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1119 71/25a: "- - - sins - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1120 71/28f: "- - - Wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1121 72/2b: "It (the Quran*) gives guidance to the Right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like "right", it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1122 72/10b: "- - - right conduct". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1123 72/11: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1124 72/13d: "- - - injustice." Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, and partly unjust sharia laws.

1125 72/14f: "- - - right conduct". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. You frequently meet the question: "Why do so many dislike - or hate - Islam?" One of the answers is: Look f.x. at Islam's moral code, its apartheid ideology, and its haughtiness.

1126 72/21c: "- - - right conduct". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1127 73/10a: “And have patience with what they (non-Muslims*) say, and leave them with noble (dignity).” This is an early surah (611 – 614 AD). Muhammad has little or no real power, and is a peaceful preacher. Both he and the religion showed other faces when he gained power – or Allah wanted more blood and gore and suffering from 622 AD on. This verse is contradicted and often “killed” by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 5/73, 8/12, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 29 contradictions).

1128 73/20i: "- - - and loan to Allah a Beautiful Loan". This expression in the Quran normally means: "Go to war when Muhammad calls, and risk/give your life for Allah/Muhammad" - in reality for Muhammad here on this Earth.

1129 74/5a: "And all abomination shun!" Thieving/robbing, womanizing, raping, suppressing, lying, breaking oaths, torturing, enslaving, slave trading, murder, mass murder, hate mongering, war mongering, raids for thieving and enslaving, wars - they all are "lawful and good" if done in the name of Allah (a fact which makes this even more repulsive), so - yes, "all abomination shun!".

1130 74/5b: "- - - abomination - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. See f.x. 74/5a just above.

1131 74/11a: "Leave Me (Allah*) alone (to deal) with the (creature (man*)) whom I created (bare and) alone". Well, some years later Muhammad started to "help" Allah with managing those creatures - especially the ones that did not want him as their dictator. This verse is abrogated – made invalid - and contradicted by at least these verses: 2/191, 2/193, 3/38, 3/85, 3/148, 4/90, 5/33, 5/72, 8/12, 8/38, 8/38-39 (the warning), 8/39, 8/60, 9/3, 9/5, 9/14, 9/23, 9/29, 9/33, 9/73, 9/123, 25/36, 25/52, 33/61, 33/73, 35/36, 47/4, 66/9. This includes many bloody threats, but also verses advising or permitting political, social, economical, etc. compulsion (with the sword in the background if you protest) – we mention a few here: 3/28, 3/85, 3/148, 4/81, 5/72, 5/73, 9/23, 14/7, 15/3, 33/73, 35/36. They are all quoted under 2/256. (At least 28 abrogations).

####1132 74/11c: (YA5784): "The question of Justice and Punishment to men is for Allah alone. For man at his best (also Muslims*) can see only one side of the truth, and only Allah is All-Knowing". Muslims - f.x. Muhammad and judges or terrorists - should remember this. They also should remember that this is even more true if the claimed Truth in the Quran is not true or if Allah is a made up god, not to mention if he is something real, but something from dark forces dressed up like Gabriel or a god, like parts of the Quran and parts of its moral code may indicate.

1133 74/56b: “He (Allah*) is the Lord of Righteousness - - -.” A Lord making laws that f.x. say that killing and raping and stealing are “lawful and good” (8/69a-d) at least when it is done in his name, and who says that a woman shall be strictly punished for indecency if she is raped and cannot bring 4 male witnesses to the very act, is not righteous – on the contrary: He belongs to the most inhuman, worst and most unjust beings in all the universe. The last mentioned law – about punishing the raped woman – is among the very most unjust laws that have ever existed (may be together with the law that says that stealing/robbing, extortion and killing in jihad – everything is jihad – is “lawful and good”), especially as Allah (if he exists and is omniscient) knows she is not guilty. On many points the opposite of benevolent.

  1. A man correctly telling that a woman has been indecent, is lying to Allah if he cannot produce 4 witnesses - even if an omniscient Allah has to know he is speaking the truth.
  2. A woman who has been raped, is forbidden to tell who it was, unless she can produce 4 MALE witnesses WHO HAS ACTUALLY SEEN THE ACT. If she cannot produce 4 such witnesses, and all the same tells who the rapist(s) is/are, she shall have 80 whiplashes for slander. And she also is to be strictly punished for illegal sex, even though an omniscient god knows she is telling the truth!! Probably the most unjust and amoral law we have ever seen in any not extremely primitive society or culture.
  3. It is 100% permitted for an owner to rape his female slaves or prisoners of war (may be this is why Muslims so often rape women during conflicts - f.x. earlier in Bangladesh and earlier and now in Africa). The Quran even directly tells that it is no sin to rape also your married slaves or married prisoners of war, as long as they are not pregnant. The price for the victims is of no interest for Islam and the Quran - and some Muslims.
  4. It is glorious and the Muslims’ right to steal, rob, plunder, and to kill non-Muslims during jihad - and almost any conflict is declared jihad (holy war). It is “lawful and good”.

1134 74/56c: "- - - Righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1135 75/2c: "- - - (- - - Evil))". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

**1136 75/5: "- - - to do wrong - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1137 76/5c: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with the book's own partly immoral moral code.

1138 76/7b: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1139 76/8a: “And they feed, for the love of Allah - - -". Charity is in order to gain love - merit - from Allah, not to help people in need. Well, also Muslims are humans, and a lot of them wish to help just like non-Muslims do out of compassion. But the religious reason given in the Quran, is to gain merit in Heaven. Also see 76/9 below.

1140 76/8b: “And they feed, for the love of Allah - - - the captive - - -". Captives - slaves - are an accepted part of the Quran's teaching. And they did not only feed them - captives mainly were taken for 3 reasons: Extortion if the captive’s family had money, slave work, or sex/rape.

As for slaves there also is a deep difference between the Quran and NT: NT accepted that slavery at that time was a part of reality. The Quran promotes slavery actively as part of the reward for warriors - and income for the leaders - a reward including permission to rape women and girls if you take them captives/slaves. Jesus and Muhammad definitely were not in the same religion.

#1141 76/9: "We (Muslims*) feed you for the sake of Allah alone - - -". Here is one of the differences between the Quran and NT: In the Quran you do good deeds to gain/buy merit from Allah, and according to this verse for this alone. In NT you do good deeds partly to help fellow humans, and partly to gain merit. But beware that we here are speaking about the teachings. In praxis many a Muslim helps fellow humans. But if this is done from personal morality and humanity, it is not a part of the religion (just check before you protest - every place in the Quran where one is recommended to help the poor and others, the motif given is to gain merit in heaven). Also see 76/8a above.

1142 76/24c: "- - - sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1143 76/31d: "- - - wrongdoers - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1144 77/6: "- - - (a Message*) whether of Justification or of Warning". What Muhammad meant with warning, is easy enough: Live according to his teachings. But justification of what? - Muslims' excesses in many - and partly immoral, unjust and unethical - ways? At least it may have been understood like that after Muhammad changed his teaching to a religion of war later (from 622 - 624 AD and onwards).

1145 77/18b: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1146 77/41c: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is meant in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1147 77/46c: "- - - Sinners - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

####1148 78/31d: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. #####Take a close look at the code of moral in the Quran, compare it to normal moral codes and to "do to others like you want others do to you", and you will see that the word "Righteous" has abnormal meanings in the Quran and thus in Islam - like quite a number of other words

1149 79/1d: "- - - (- - - wicked) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1150 79/18b: "- - - (- - -sin) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1151 79/40b: "- - - and had restrained (their) soul from lower Desires". - like stealing/robbing in the name of Allah? - like raping in the name of Allah? - like making fellow humans slaves in the name of Allah? - like suppressing them in the name of Allah? - like destroying their loves in the name of Allah? - like torturing them in the name of Allah (f.x. skinning alive, burning alive, burying alive) - like murdering them in the name of Allah (often in sadistic ways)?

1152 80/20b: (A80/7 - translated from Swedish (a little "corrected" in the English 2008 edition): "Literally: 'He (Allah*) makes easy the way for him (the Muslim*)'. This is an allusion to that Allah has given man the intellectual gifts enabling him to discern between good and evil - - -". For one thing here the claim that this is from Allah - like normal in the Quran - just is a claim. It f.x. easily may be a natural adjustment to man's nature to enable him/her to live in groups - see 11/7a above. But the main thing here is that Islam is a very good sample for that this aspect of human nature - to be able to see the difference between good and bad, right and wrong - is not following fixed rules, but are formed or moderated by the society one live in. A number of the rules for behavior in the Quran and hence in Islam so obviously conflicts with the gold standard for inter human morality: "Do against others like you want others do against you". All the same most Muslims honestly believe they are living in a very moral religion when they live according to even the most grotesque ones of the rules in the Quran's and Islam's moral code or sharia laws.

1153 80/42c: "- - - the doers of Iniquity". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1154 82/7b: "- - - a just bias". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code, partly unethical ethical code, and partly unjust judicial code.

1155 82/9b: "- - - Right - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1156 82/13b: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1157 83/14: "- - - the (ill) which they (non-Muslims*) do - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1158 83/18d: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1159 83/22c: "- - - Righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1160 83/29b: "- - - sin - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code. We also may mention that just this word often covers very different deeds, acts, words, and thoughts in the Quran and Islam, compared to in more normal religions (Islam is a religion of war - in spite of its loud slogans), not to mention how much its meaning in the Quran often differs from the basic of all human moral; "do against others like you want others do against you". Read the surahs from Medina and weep.

One small remark: As Yahweh's religion and f.x. moral code at many points are totally different from Allah's, you may qualify for Yahweh's Paradise even if Muslims condemn you to Hell - if both exist. One more of the 100% proofs for that Yahweh and Allah are not the same god.

1161 84/25b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1162 85/11c: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1163 86/13c: "- - - this (the Quran*) is the Word that distinguishes (good from Evil)." Some claims do not need a comment.

1164 89/11: "- - - transgressed - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1165 89/27b: "- - - righteous - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1166 90/12-13: “And what will explain to thee (Muhammad/Muslims*) the path that is steep (in the meaning ascending fast, not that it is hard to walk?*)? – (It is): freeing the bondman, or giving of food in a day of privation (and some other things*) - - -.” To set free a slave was a good thing – but the main argument and the main moral (?) reason was not to help a fellow human, but to gain merit with Allah. With other words: To help yourself now for the coming next life.

1167 90/13a: "(It is:) freeing a bondman - - -". (A90/7): "- - - the latter term (bondman*) covering all those forms of subjugation and exploitation - social, economical or political - which can be rightly described as 'slavery'" Does this include the subjugation of all non-Muslims, the exploitation of them by means of extra tax, often very heavy taxation of them, and refusing them any political and most other rights, which is the official goal for the Quran and Islam? (f.x. "suppress them till they pay zakat with willing submission and feel themselves subdued" - 9/29).

1168 91/11c: "- - - wrongdoing - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1169 91/12a: "- - - the most wicked man - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1170 91/12b: "- - - wicked - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

*1171 92/3: “By (the mystery of) the creation of male and female - - -”. No mystery for us, no mystery for a god - a large mystery for Muhammad. (According to Hadiths he thought that if the woman climaxed first, it became a girl, but if the man climaxed first, it became a boy – and boys of course were best. Scientific nonsense - laughable nonsense.) Who made the Quran? Also see 18/37 – 32/8 – 35/11 – 40/67 – 75/37 – 77/20.

###Another point showing the stupidity of this belief: If the belief had been true, more or less all children made by raping the woman, had been boys. ########A rape normally is a horror to the woman or child, not a pleasure, and thus she hardly ever climax - a fact NEVER mentioned neither by the Quran, nor by Islam or by its Muslims.

1172 92/6a: "- - - (in sincerity) testifies to the Best - - -". But what is the best? - f.x. to live and testify according to "do against others like you want others do against you", or to live and testify according to Islam's partly immoral moral code, with its lawful dishonesty (al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah), lawful deceit and betrayal, and lawful breaking of words/promises/oaths, just to mention some of the soft points - there are harsher ones.<7p>

1173 92/6b: "- - - the Best - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1174 92/9b: "And (he who*) gives the lie to the Best - - -". Like Muslims when using Al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie)? - like Kitman (the lawful half-truth)? - like deceit? - even broken promises and oaths, like Muhammad advices and practices in the Quran? Only - only - Islam of all the big religion has such upside down "immoral codes" for being untruthful like this. (How is it at all possible to rely on the words of a Muslim you do not know well, in serious cases?) Also see 92/15-16 below.

1175 92/9c: "- - - the Best - - -". See 92/6a+b above.

1176 92/15-16c: "- - - those most unfortunate ones Who give the lie to Truth - - -". Muslims living according to al-Taqiyya, Kitman, Hilah, deceit, and "break even your oaths if that gives a better result", like Muhammad did? See 92/9a-c above.

1177 92/18b: "- - - spend - - - wealth for the increase of self-purification - - -". = Spend your money for charity, for promoting and defending Islam, and for paying the expenses it takes to go on raids and war, etc.

1178 92/20a: "But (help others*) only (because of*) the desire to seek Countenance of their (Muslims'*) Lord (Allah*) - - -*. Compassion, empathy and sympathy for others do not count. What counts in charity, etc. mainly is to gain merit in Heaven. A very self-centered way of thinking and feeling - and quite different from NT and its wanting you to love your fellow human beings.

1179 93/9: "- - - treat not the orphan with harshness - - -". Muhammad lost his father before he was born, and his mother when he was 6. This may be the reason for this positive side of the Quran.

1180 95/6b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

##1181 95/8b: "Is not Allah the Wisest of Judges?" Judging from the immoral parts of his(?) moral code and from the unjust and/or immoral parts of sharia, he is a horrible judge. Adding al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), deceit, and "break even your oaths if that gives a better result", etc., he in addition is an unreliable judge.

1182 96/6: "- - - transgress beyond all bonds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1183 96/12: "- - - Righteousness - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1184 96/16: "A lying, sinful forelock!" If one takes into account al-Taqiyya (the lawful lie), Kitman (the lawful half-truth), Hilah (the lawful pretending/circumventing), deceit, "break even your oaths if that pays", the immoral parts of the Islamic moral code, the immoral and/or unjust parts of sharia, the permission to break even oaths (2/225, 3/54 (if Allah can cheat, cheating is ok), 5/89, 16/91, 66/2), and the immoral and/or rotten parts of Islam's rules for raids, terror and war - may be this sentence means the Muslims?

1185 98/3a: "- - - laws right and straight". Steal and rob whatever you can as long as you can do it in the name of Allah. Rape any not pregnant woman you capture as long as you can do it in the name of Allah. Any raped woman is to be punished severely for indecency, if she cannot produce 4 male witnesses who have actually seen the rape. These are just 3 of many peculiar rules in the Islamic moral code, in Islamic sharia laws, and in the Islamic rules for war. If these are "right and straight" then Islam is a very peculiar religion with a very peculiar god and very peculiar moral. Not to mention peculiar definitions for "right" and "straight". And this is a serious understatement.

1186 98/7c: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1187 99/8: "- - - evil - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses words like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1188 100/7: "And to that (fact (that he is ungrateful to Allah*)) he (non-Muslim*) bears witness (by his (bad according to Muhammad*) deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran speaks about bad deeds, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1189 101/6b: "- - - (- - - good deeds) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1190 103/3b: "- - - righteous deeds - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

1191 114/4: "- - - (of Evil) - - -". Beware that when the Quran uses expressions like this, it is in accordance with its own partly immoral moral code.

Sub-total Chapter 89 = 1191 + 8.660 = 9.851.


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