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Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم This book was one of the most amazing books that I have ever read It changed my whole perspective on the muslim people.I had a very positive view of the Muslim people and their beliefs after reading this. 1 2 what I learned from this book is that Islam is NOT what they say it is in the media and that it is also not what the radicals claim it is The Qur an is the perfect companion to our own Holy Bible. who am I to say my opinion about this Miracle A book for life, a book for the next life, a book for all eternity, unspoken by man, engulfed by humanity but indiscribable of any earthly tongue I cannot let you understand it, but i can invite you to feel it Before you read on, it is important that you read and understand this THIS REVIEW IS WRITTEN BY AN ATHEIST I DO NOT SUGAR COAT NOR DO I WRAP MY OPINIONS IN COTTON TO PROTECT THE DELICATE AND OR EASILY OFFENDED RELIGIOUS READER IF YOU FOLLOW THE ISLAMIC FAITH AND GET OFFENDED WHEN YOUR HOLY BOOK AND RELIGION RECEIVES CRITICISM READ NO FURTHER YOU WILL NOT LIKE WHAT I HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE QURAN CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED IF YOU CONTINUE TO READ FURTHER THEN YOU WANT TO BE OFFENDED STOP HERE DON T SAY I DID NOT WARN YOU ABOUT THE CONTENT OF THIS REVIEW.Why the above disclaimer I am extremely fed up with all the people who come here and do nothing but whine and complain about my review All you do is showing us your lack of education, intelligence and respect Your comments clearly shows the world that you have actually read nothing at all not the review in question, nor have you actually read and understood the content of the Quran, a book you profess to call sacred All you do is read half a sentence, see the 1 star rating and then you start complaining, instead of continue reading with an attempt of neutral eyes God forbid pun intended that you even start reading the comments that this review already has gotten before you start jotting down what has been written down before.From this moment on users who post comments that show disrespect and the above mentioned ignorance will be instantly blocked Only people that show respect and a minimum of half a brain will be allowed to discuss Not happy Go write your own review instead of whining about my opinion of a book I have read view spoiler Start of original review below this point I ve studied religion, and as part of my studies the Qu ran was one of the Holy Books that I ve encountered as with Judaism, Christianity and other faiths Volumes can be written about this book, but now I just want to ask only one question about this particular work of literature fiction How can a book that 1 legitimise violence against women, 2 murder and persecute infidels people of different faith, and3 encourage sex with children ever get a 4.32 rating on GoodReads at the time of the review Ok, technically that s four questions, but you get my drift End of original review EDIT 12 12 2012 I have received a lot of personal attacks and insults which have been both flagged and reported to GoodReads because of my above claim, by people who obviously feel that they need to protect their faith I refuse to keep answering them, I ve grown fed up with it especially because of their insulting and unfounded remarks However, I know that I am not telling tales or being unprecise or untrue or even prejudiced in my claims I am not islamaphobe as some claim I despise all organised religion that condones abuse and bigotry in any form, including the faith that I have been raised with Christianity After some research I have found the actual text in the Quran that proves that it does encourage sex with prepubescent girls a.ka girls who have not menstruated yet Please find below the actual Arabic text, it s transliteration and it s translation Again, I do not read speak Arabic, but I trust my sources to be correct.at Talaq 65 4 Transliteration Waalla ee ya isna mina almaheedi min nisa ikum ini irtabtum faAAiddatuhunna thalathatu ashhurin waalla ee lam yahidna waolatu al ahmali ajaluhunna an yadaAAna hamlahunna waman yattaqi Allaha yajAAal lahu min amrihi yusran Enlish translation one of many If you have any doubt concerning those women of yours who have finished with menstruation, then their count is three months as it is with the ones who are still not menstruating my emphasis With those who are pregnant, their term will be whenever they give birth God makes His matter easy for anyone who heeds Him English translation by T.B.Irving T.B Irving was an American Muslim author, professor, and scholar, who produced the first American English translation of the Quran Language sources quote Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi clearly he could not say this any clearer than I Here, one should bear in mind the fact that according to the explanations given in the Quran the question of the waiting period arises in respect of the women with whom marriage may have been consummated, for there is no waiting period in case divorce is pronounced before the consummation of marriage Therefore, making mention of the waiting period for the girls who have not yet menstruated my emphasis , clearly proves that it is not only permissible to give away the girl in marriage at this age but it is also permissible for the husband to consummate marriage with her Now, obviously no Muslim has the right to forbid a thing which the Quran has held as permissible Source will refrain from commenting further and let the above speak for itself and encourage everyone who has read this book to re read it again and write your own review Hateful, disrespectful and harassing comments will be flagged, reported, deleted and the user who is posting said comments will get blocked EDIT 20 02 2013For those of you who might still doubt the validity of the claim that Islam condones paedophilia and worships a paedophile, I would like to draw your attention to the second most important book in Islam after the Quran The Translation of the Meanings of Sahih Al Bukhari Arabic English In particular I would like to draw your attention to Sahih Bukhari 5.236 and then he married Aisha when she was a girl of six years of age, and he consumed that marriage when she was nine years old For those who are still in denial and claim that Aisha entered an early puberty clearly the below passages clearly state that she was NOT Sahih Bukhari Volume 8, Book 73, Number 151 Narrated Aisha I used to play with the dolls in the presence of the Prophet, and my girl friends also used to play with me When Allah s Apostle used to enter my dwelling place they used to hide themselves, but the Prophet would call them to join and play with me The playing with the dolls and similar images is forbidden, but it was allowed for Aisha at that time, as she was a little girl, not yet reached the age of puberty Fateh al Bari page 143, Vol.13 Sahih Muslim Book 008, Number 3311 A isha Allah be pleased with her reported that Allah s Apostle may peace be upon him married her when she was seven years old, and he was taken to his house as a bride when she was nine, and her dolls were with her and when he the Holy Prophet died she was eighteen years old.Don t have a copy of Sahih Bukhari at hand Not to worry, I have links to the remarkable passages here about the illusion of Islam being a religion of peace Then I encourage you to watch this enlightening documentary 47 4 Translation So when you meet those who disbelieve in battle , strike their necks until, when you have inflicted slaughter upon them, then secure their bonds, and either confer favor afterwards or ransom them until the war lays down its burdens That is the command And if Allah had willed, He could have taken vengeance upon them Himself , but He ordered armed struggle to test some of you by means of others And those who are killed in the cause of Allah never will He waste their deeds sarcasm Of course, these words show nothing BUT tolerance, peacefulness and about finding mutual understanding and peaceful coexistence with people who are ideologically, politically and socially in opposition to sarcasm While you are at it, check out this thought provokingarticle hide spoiler The Quran English Pronunciation K R N Arabic Al Qur N, IPA Qur A N , Literally Meaning The Recitation , Also Transliterated Qur An, Koran, Al Coran, Coran, Kur An, And Al Qur An, Is The Central Religious Text Of Islam, Which Muslims Believe To Be The Verbatim Word Of God Arabic , Allah The Quran Is Composed Of Verses Ayat That Make Up Chapters Suras Of Unequal Length Which Are Classified Either As Meccan Or Medinan Depending Upon The Place And Time Of Their Claimed Revelation Muslims Believe The Quran To Be Verbally Revealed Through The Angel Jibr L Gabriel From God To Muhammad Gradually Over A Period Of Approximately Years Beginning On December CE, When Muhammad Was , And Concluding In CE, The Year Of His DeathMuslims Regard The Quran As The Main Miracle Of Muhammad, The Proof Of His Prophethood And The Culmination Of A Series Of Divine Messages That Started With The Messages Revealed To Adam, Regarded In Islam As The First Prophet, And Continued With Suhuf Ibrahim Scrolls Of Abraham , The Tawrat Torah Or Pentateuch Of Moses, The Zabur Tehillim Or Book Of Psalms Of David, And The Injil Gospel Of Jesus The Quran Assumes Familiarity With Major Narratives Recounted In Jewish And Christian Scriptures, Summarizing Some, Dwelling At Length On Others And In Some Cases Presenting Alternative Accounts And Interpretations Of Events The Quran Describes Itself As A Book Of Guidance, Sometimes Offering Detailed Accounts Of Specific Historical Events, And Often Emphasizing The Moral Significance Of An Event Over Its Narrative Sequence God Anonymus My Noble Qur an is Arabic with Meanings translated to Portuguese Br.Amazing interesting and free of misteries.Islam goes straight to the point, based on science and logic Bi sm All h ar ra m n ar ra m in the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.

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