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Hate of speech and its consequences "crimes"

Discussion in 'General Debates' started by Godobeyer, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. LuisDantas

    LuisDantas Aura of atheification
    Staff Member Premium Member

    Oct 2, 2008
    Advocate of letting go of theism. Buddhist with an emphasis on personal understanding.
    Apparently being raised in a Muslim environment does indeed make it less likely to perceive the Qur'an as an encourager of hatred.

    As one would expect, to be fair. It stands to reason that any culture would either find their own parameters reasonable or else decide to change them, after all.

    Still, I think that the text is clear enough. So are the facts regarding questioning and criticism of the admonitions of the Qur'an regarding women, "kuffar", non-believers and LGBTIQ.

    Even more telling, IMO, is that in 14 centuries or so Muslim society has not really learned to advance beyond the social expectations of the Qur'an, nor its politics. Today's Christians are embarassed of Biblical verses that demand throwing stones on other people. I just don't see a comparable effort in Muslims, and it is not because there is a shortage of questionable verses in the Surahs.
  2. Godobeyer

    Godobeyer the word "Islam" means "submission" to God
    Premium Member

    Aug 26, 2010
    I gave my view ,I gave you a life exemple if Quran teach hatred against non-Muslims,the world be like a hell.
    extremism that's other issue.

    I am still waiting your sources from Quran that said Muslims should be hatred against LGBT or non-believers,or women.