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other one, October 6 in General
what i wonder about stuff reg islum is that there is somewhere in the Quran where it actively encourages them to lie
not saying that she is lying
Muslim scholars teach that Muslims should generally be truthful to each other, unless the purpose of lying is to "smooth over differences" or "gain the upper-hand over an enemy"
1. can lie to say that they are not a moslum to save their life 37:36
2. a moslum man can lie to his wife 37:41
and also if doing so to spread the control of Sharia.
If you want to check it out for yourself you can down "Reliance of the Traveller" free and read Sharia law for yourself. It's kind of large but if you download a searchable one it's easier to locate individual things. I have read it twice just to be able to discuss things with Muslims on their web sites... Reading the Koran will not take you to the whole truth of Islam. Sharia and one of two hadiths are needed to oversee it all.
If you think Gods rules for the Israelites in Moses time was much, you haven't seen anything yet..... they even tell you how to go to the bathroom and how to finish up when you do.....
Also the rules for lying and even Jihad and who is commanded to be involved are all there, and in my personal opinion is bazaar.
If you do want to just read the Koran make sure you get one that is printed with the verses in chorological order that it was given to Mohammad..... It contradicts itself and you have to know which was written last to which is active and which is abrogated.
You all might be interested in this movie based on true events. It's about a sleeper cell in Canada....very informative.