3 TRUTHS ABOUT ISLAM AND THE KORAN – We all perceive things differently and it is in our very nature to oppose the opinions of others; and none more so when it comes to religious beliefs.
There are many different types religions including, but certainly not restricted to, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism and of course those who follow the teaching of Mohammed the Prophet and Allah; the Muslims.
Each religion has its own unique set of problems and historically Christianity has been one of the most forceful of the religions in the world.
Today that has changed with the uprising and continued march of Islam where Muslims around the globe feel it is their duty to indoctrinate everyone to the teachings of the Koran and those who fail to see the light or be indoctrinated into the faith should be cast out – murdered.
As the video above suggests people often side with an argument that best suits their ideology and rare is the case where an individual can be persuaded to change that perception or ideology.
This inevitably leads to a conflict, not always violent, but the division is painfully obvious and no amount of informed opinion will persuade the opposition to see, let alone appreciate, an opposing view or ideology.
So why, with all that we know, or at least think we know, about Muslims, the Islamic faith, the Koran and Sharia law are we not prepared to take a more open-minded view.
In the words of the Bard; there lies the rub, for it is what we know that instills a fear of not wanting to delve any deeper into a religious belief that openly condones acts of violence against non-Muslims and where beating your wife or murdering a homosexual is considered a ‘duty’ to Allah.
The video above provides an interesting insight into why Muslims are often depicted as ‘peaceful’ or ‘non-peaceful’ and that the agenda of all Muslims is to impose strict Islamic laws upon Europe and other Western nations in what is believed to be the will of Allah.
Do you think any form of Sharia Law should be allowed to be practiced in Western society? Please leave your comments below.