The god of the Koran kills children for hypothetical honour crimes, The bloodlust of Islam extends to killing people before they have committed any crime

  1. [18.74] So they went on until, when they met a boy, he slew him. (Musa) said: Have you slain an innocent person otherwise than for manslaughter? Certainly you have done an evil thing.
  1. [18.80] And as for the boy, his parents were believers and we feared lest he should make disobedience and ingratitude to come upon them:
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9 Responses to The god of the Koran kills children for hypothetical honour crimes, The bloodlust of Islam extends to killing people before they have committed any crime

  1. θ says:

    Khidr is not our God. Yet Khidr knows what Jesus doesn’t, that is the future.
    Khidr kills a boy because in the future he shall be evil. The boy is punished as prevention of the gruesome evilness he shall commit.

    On other hand, Jesus vows to kill the children for a sin of their whoring mother. Jesus doesn’t know the future of those toddlers, he doesn’t have any knowledge whether they will be good or evil, yet he promises to kill them without making an excuse or consideration over a possible sin they *may* be going to commit later.

  2. madmanna says:

    This is unjust according to the law of Moses where the punishment is contingent upon the actual committing of the crime.

    There would also have to be at least two human witnesses before anyone can be put to death which implies that the person who commits the crime must be alive to actually do it in the presence of witnesses in the real world before he can be put to death.

    The Koran violates this order of things therefore the Koran is from a false god.

    King James Bible
    At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; but at the mouth of one witness he shall not be put to death.

  3. madmanna says:

    Only Allah has foreknowledge therefore he is the sole witness of the crime. But according to the law of Moses there must be at least two (human) witnesses before anyone can be put to death. Therefore Allah is breaking the law of Moses.

  4. θ says:

    “madmanna says: Only Allah has foreknowledge therefore he is the sole witness of the crime. But according to the law of Moses there must be at least two (human) witnesses before anyone can be put to death. Therefore Allah is breaking the law of Moses.”

    It is clearly that two witnesses required by the law are two saintly parents whom Allah gives a same future vision of the gruesome evilness of their boy. After all, they – as closest family of the slain boy – don’t seek a Qisas (retaliation) against Khidr. That fact proves that the boy’s parents are also given the same vision of the future.

  5. madmanna says:

    having a dream is not witnessing a crime.

  6. θ says:

    God-given foreknowledge in the vision on Khidr and two parents of a slain boy is not a dream but exactly the prophesy that must be happening.

  7. madmanna says:

    The parents can’t be witnesses in the legal sense. It has to be at least two witnesses to the real crime in addition to the perpetrator and the victim. So the killing of the boy by Khidr was illegal and unjust. Secondly the boy has to commit the crime in reality not in a dream. The command to honour father and mother must be broken in reality first.

    The killing and bloodlust of your religion does not restrict itself to crimes committed in reality but even virtual crimes of people who do not exist at the time of their being committed because they have been wiped out beforehand by your bloodthirsty god.

  8. θ says:

    “madmanna says: The parents can’t be witnesses in the legal sense. It has to be at least two witnesses to the real crime in addition to the perpetrator and the victim. So the killing of the boy by Khidr was illegal and unjust. Secondly the boy has to commit the crime in reality not in a dream. The command to honour father and mother must be broken in reality first.”

    Q.18, v.80 is about victimless sin, it talks about a grievous sin of incitement to worship the false gods, such as devils.
    Moses may be correct that little boy can’t afford yet to harm anyone physically or to curse his parents verbally, but Moses doesn’t know something deeper and more delicately covert than that such as if that boy was already possessed by the devils who eventually force the boy’s parents into a Satanic worship.

  9. madmanna says:

    the god of islam is a murderer according to the law of Moses.

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