Islams violent conflicts with non-Muslims are based on Mohammed’s denial to the Meccans of their right to freedom of religion and a sovereign self-rule which excluded all belief in Allah and Mohammed. The pagan belief that Mosques are holy and Muslims can only be ruled by Muslims helped to exacerbate the conflict and develop it into the the desired outcome of war

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One Response to Islams violent conflicts with non-Muslims are based on Mohammed’s denial to the Meccans of their right to freedom of religion and a sovereign self-rule which excluded all belief in Allah and Mohammed. The pagan belief that Mosques are holy and Muslims can only be ruled by Muslims helped to exacerbate the conflict and develop it into the the desired outcome of war

  1. θ says:

    Qur’an is tolerant toward the existence of Non-Islam’s prayer houses, such as synagogue and churches wherein the statues of the Father (usually as old bearded man), a baby Jesus, a half-naked Jesus, Mary, saints with halos, winged angels, dove, spirits, demons or serpents, as well as images, icons, relics, superstitious objects and crosses get placed to crowd inside, as if the church were museum.

    In Theory, the heathens boast themselves of being a beacon of tolerance, based on its plural gods and cults: each god can’t dominate other gods, each god can make a new syncretism with other gods, each god is other gods in different form, et cetera, but in Practice those heathens are very much fanatic and fundamentalist with a persecution and enslavement – in a caste system – as well as a their rejection of so-called “immigrant gods”. Hindus persecuted the incoming Christian missionaries. Buddhists practiced a isolationist policy.

    Islam is based on a dominance of one religion over other lesser ones with tolerance. Islam is more honest and realist than the heathenism in practice.

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