RESPONSE TO 26 QURAN VERSES
Prof. Akhtar Wasi has given an excellent response to Waseem’s false claim that 26 verses of the Quran incite violence.
Professor’s response is generic. Hopefully, someone will respond to the 26 items. If no one does, I may respond.
The justice sentences call for fighting against oppression; he compares that to Bhagavad Gita and other holy books – all humanity stands to punish the wrongdoer and restore dharma.
Quran is crystal clear on these items: Offensive wars prohibited, all battles must be defensive against aggression. No one has a right to force others to believe against their will. Your religion is dear to you as mine is dear to me.
However, the Quran goes a step further; if the aggressor holds back, the Quran guides one to stop retaliating.
Quran is the basis for Islam, and it is a book of guidance to bring justice and create peace and harmony among the people of the earth.
Please note that not all Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Sikhs, and others follow the guidance given in their respective religions and books. We always have to acknowledge the fringe elements among each of our religious groups.
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