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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenBastard View Post
    The "ideology" is contained within all copies o. the Koran. It's not merely "ISIS". It's 1500 years old.
    You are right. There is also a great difference between the Bible and the Koran. The Bible is a collection of stories with some references to God,s law. The Koran is in its entirety are the words of God and God,s instructions. If all Muslims followed the word of the Koran, then they would all be extremists like ISIS. It is a paradox.

    Everything in the. Koran must be taken as the truth in order to be a believer. Examples are that the Koran says that if a fly falls into your drink, you must push the whole fly in because one wing contains the antidote to the fly's poison. Muslim universities spend much time trying to prove this. Then there is Mohammed who split the moon, OMG. The stories given to prove that one. Rape can be used as a punishment, they are all there to read.

    Please read the Koran
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    I thought "Wahhabi" was a hot sauce you can put onto Japanese sushi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJABS View Post
    I thought "Wahhabi" was a hot sauce you can put onto Japanese sushi?
    I wonder why they weren't busy

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJABS View Post
    I thought "Wahhabi" was a hot sauce you can put onto Japanese sushi?
    Wasabism is definitely to be preferred.
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    It's actually an easy solution - stop Saudi printing their vile books and stop their funding going to extremist mosques.

    MPs and government just need to take action.

    Job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    You are right. There is also a great difference between the Bible and the Koran. The Bible is a collection of stories with some references to God,s law. The Koran is in its entirety are the words of God and God,s instructions. If all Muslims followed the word of the Koran, then they would all be extremists like ISIS. It is a paradox.

    Everything in the. Koran must be taken as the truth in order to be a believer. Examples are that the Koran says that if a fly falls into your drink, you must push the whole fly in because one wing contains the antidote to the fly's poison. Muslim universities spend much time trying to prove this. Then there is Mohammed who split the moon, OMG. The stories given to prove that one. Rape can be used as a punishment, they are all there to read.

    Please read the Koran
    You've got a very interesting interpretation of the Bible.
    Many "Christians" believe it is "The word of God" and treat the whole book as such. They do not treat it as a series of stories with some laws in it.
    Jewish people tend to treat the "Old Testament" as separate parts - "the law" (Torah) and "the prophets"
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    You've got a very interesting interpretation of the Bible.
    Many "Christians" believe it is "The word of God" and treat the whole book as such. They do not treat it as a series of stories with some laws in it.
    Jewish people tend to treat the "Old Testament" as separate parts - "the law" (Torah) and "the prophets"
    Theologically he's right, the Bible and Koran are fundamentally different.

    Some fringe elements (exceptions) of Christianity believe the Bible to contain the infallible word of God - in Islam, the Koran IS the infallible word of God, full stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenBastard View Post
    Theologically he's right, the Bible and Koran are fundamentally different.

    Some fringe elements (exceptions) of Christianity believe the Bible to contain the infallible word of God - in Islam, the Koran IS the infallible word of God, full stop.
    Nope, not "fringe elements (exceptions)" as you put it. Since you'll probably claim to have studied the Bible in the same way you claim to have studied the Quran, then you'll know that the Bible says it is the word of God.
    Does that mean you are saying that it is only a few Christians who have read or believed what's in the Bible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Nope, not "fringe elements (exceptions)" as you put it. Since you'll probably claim to have studied the Bible in the same way you claim to have studied the Quran, then you'll know that the Bible says it is the word of God.
    Does that mean you are saying that it is only a few Christians who have read or believed what's in the Bible?
    Ideologically, where does the Bible state it's the word of God in its entirety? "And God said..." doesn't count.

    Disingenuous thick as mince bollocks; few from the larger denominations would claim the Bible to be the infallible word of God, especially the Christian component (New Testament - testimonies of the Apostles).

    The New Testament is synonymous with the Hadith(s).

    Keep up the mental gymnastics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreenBastard View Post
    Ideologically, where does the Bible state it's the word of God in its entirety? "And God said..." doesn't count.

    Disingenuous thick as mince bollocks; few from the larger denominations would claim the Bible to be the infallible word of God, especially the Christian component (New Testament - testimonies of the Apostles).

    The New Testament is synonymous with the Hadith(s).

    Keep up the mental gymnastics!
    Since you've studied it, you know exactly where it says it. (Clue: It's in Paul's second letter to Timothy)
    ...And there's nowhere in it where it says that parts of it are not "the word of God".

    Now run off to your other websites and ask them how to answer the truth. You've got no idea yourself.
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