Friday, June 18, 2004

The devil you know

The Taliban is evil and wrong.* We were right in fighting this atrocity. I agree completely so far.

So how about this for a thought - what would happen to America if there were no restrictions on the way that Bush pushed his mysticism on others? Would there really be a difference in a Christian-flavoured religious regime?



The Quran

Fight disbelievers who are near you, and let them see the harshness in you. Link

Believers must fight for Allah. They must kill and be killed , and are bound to do so by the Torah, Gospel, and Quran. But Allah will reward them for it. Link

Have no unbelieving friends. Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them. Link

We shall cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Link

War is ordained by Allah, and all Muslims must be willing to fight, whether they like it or not. Link

Kill disbelievers wherever you find them. Link



The Bible

Kill those of other faiths. Reject the beliefs and do not learn about them. Link

Stone to death any witches or wizards. Link

Destroy the religious art and altars of all those who worship differently than you. Link

Death to sabbath breakers. Link

Keep away from those with different religious beliefs. Link

Whoever refuses to listen to a priest or judge must be killed. Link

Kill everyone who believes differently than you. Link

If someone in your family believes differently than you, then you must stone them to death. Link

If you know of a city whose inhabitants have religiously incorrect beliefs, then you must kill everyone in that city. Link



The horrid ideas that led to the regime and the evil that is being fought in the Middle East are the same horrid ideas at the centre of your friendly neighbourhood Christian zealot. The Crusades gave ample proof that Christianity is as bloody a sword as the Muslim faith. Don't be cajoled into thinking it's any better - it's just the devil you know.


* (Thanks to Steve Green for pointing me to that fantastic article)

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