The biblical ethic of the The Golden Rule and the Royal Law Condemn all forms of Paedophilia, including Islamic forms, such as sex slavery, forced marriage of sexually immature infants, kidnapping, grooming and other forms of Jihad. It is not possible for Islam to implement these laws indiscriminately and universally because the Dhimmi would thereby cease to exist and all men would be equal before the Law

James 2 v If ye fulfil the royal law according to the scripture, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, ye do well: But if ye have respect to persons, ye commit sin, and are convinced of the law as transgressors. 10 For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all. 11 For he that said, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill. Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou art become a transgressor of the law. 12 So speak ye, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the law of liberty. 13 For he shall have judgment without mercy, that hath shewed no mercy; and mercy rejoiceth against judgment.

Matthew 7:12
Therefore all things whatever you would that men should do to you, do you even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.

Luke 6:31
And as you would that men should do to you, do you also to them likewise.

If Islam implemented these laws Jihad and discrimination against the Dhimmi would cease to exist. Violence and terror as a political and religious method of warfare and government would cease to exist.

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  1. Muhammed Jacob says:

    ISLAM IS INTOLERANT

    Islam is intolerant and incompatible with all other religions:
    If anyone desires a religion other than Islam, never will he be accepted of God; and in the next life, he will be in the ranks of those who have lost themselves and will burn in hell. (Qur’an 3:85)

    Koran: The Myth of Embryology!
    Scientific errors of medical information on embryology and human development in the mother’s womb.
    Muhammad borrowed his embryology “science” from the Babylonian Enuma Elish tablet: Enuma Elish: Babylonian pagan creation story and the Koran. What is notable is that Muhammad obviously borrowed the pagan myth that God created man from a “drop of blood” directly from the 6th tablet of the Enuma Elish creation story. Not only is the idea that God created man from a drop of blood pagan, is it stupid and unscientific. Whereas the pagan camel-riding Arabs of the 7th century wrongly assumed that a fetus started with a drop of blood, science tells us today that blood doesn’t form in a human embryo until well after 14 days. The heart isn’t even formed until day 20. Great guess Muhammad, but no 70 virgins for you! The Enuma Elish Babylonian creation account was discovered by Austen Henry Layard in 1849 in the Library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq), translated by George Smith in 1876 and on the seven tablets are on display in the British Museum. The tablets date back to 700 BC but the story bloodlines back to about 1800 BC. The same story has been discovered in different numbers of tablets: seven and ten. This refutes the idea that the seven tablets corresponds with the seven days of Genesis creation. Here is the text from tablet six of the 7 tablet set that was originally discovered: Line: 1. When Marduk heard the word of the gods, Line: 2. His heart prompted him and he devised [a cunning plan]. Line: 3. He opened his mouth and unto Ea [he spake], Line: 4. [That which] he had conceived in his heart he imparted [unto him]: Line: 5. “My blood will I take and bone will I [fashion], Line: 6. “I will make man, that man may … […]. Line: 7 . “I will create man who shall inhabit [the earth]”.

    Scientific errors and the myth of embryology in the Koran:
    In an effort to show the scientific accuracy of the Koran, Muslim’s are quick to bring up the claim of embryology revealed in stunning accuracy, before man discovered for himself. Muslims love to tell the story of how professor Keith L. Moore, the former anatomist at the University of Toronto, was impressed with the Koran’s embryological information.

    However many Muslim are completely unaware that all of the information in the Qur’an about embryology had already been revealed many different times, centuries before hand. Furthermore, some of the information is scientifically inaccurate.

    But don’t take my word for it, early Muslim doctors, like Ibn-Qayyim, were first to blow the whistle when they saw the Koranic material, mirrored a Greek doctor named Galen, who lived of 150 AD. In 1983 Basim Musallam, Director of the Centre of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Cambridge concluded,

    “The stages of development which the Qur’an and Hadith established for believers agreed perfectly with Galen’s scientific account….There is no doubt that medieval thought appreciated this agreement between the Qur’an and Galen, for Arabic science employed the same Qur’anic terms to describe the Galenic stages” (B. Musallam (Cambridge, 1983) Sex and Society in Islam. p. 54)

    In other words when it comes to embryology the Qur’an merely echoes the scientific knowledge man had already discovered 450 years earlier.

    Samuel ha-Yehudi was a 2nd century Jewish physician, and one of many with an interest in embryology . The embryo was called peri habbetten (fruit of the body) and develops as golem (formless, rolled-up thing); shefir meruqqam (embroidered foetus – shefir means amniotic sac); ‘ubbar (something carried); v’alad (child); v’alad shel qayama (noble or viable child) and ben she-kallu chadashav (child whose months have been completed).
    (J. Needham (Cambridge, 2nd edition 1959) A History of Embryology, p. 77)

    J. Needham spent almost 60 pages in his book “A history of embryology”, discussing ancient Greek, Indian and Egyptian embryology, than in less than 1 page he dismisses the entire Arabic tradition by concluding that:
    “Arabic science … was not of great help to embryology”. After listing some of the verses in the Qur’an about embryology he dismisses them as “a seventh-century echo of Aristotle and the Ayer-veda” .
    (J. Needham (Cambridge, 2nd edition 1959) A History of Embryology, p. 82), in other words a mixture of Greek and ancient Indian teachings.

    And what about professor Keith L. Moore, once at the University of Toronto, who Muslims love to quote as a scientist who saw the light of the Koran? If you buy Moore’s latest sixth edition University textbook called “The developing human”, he actually directs his readers to read an essay by Basim Musallam, who we just quoted. who shows that the Koran merely echoes what Greek doctor “Galen” wrote 450 years earlier. It seems Dr. Moore is not as impressed today. (B. Musallam, The human embryo in Arabic scientific and religious thought, in, G. R. Dunstan (ed.) (University of Exeter Press, 1990) The human embryo: Aristotle and the Arabic and European traditions, pp. 32-46)

    BONES BEFORE MUSCLE? THE KORAN GOT IT WRONG!
    Keith L. Moore knows that the Koran is wrong when it says that bones are formed first, then flesh is placed upon them.
    “Look further at the bones, how We bring them together and clothe them with flesh …” (Al-Baqara 2:259)
    The Koran gives the impression that first the skeleton is formed, and then it is clothed with mustle. Dr. Bucaille knows perfectly well that this is not true. The muscles and the cartilage precursors of the bones start forming from the somite at the same time. At the end of the eighth week there are only a few centers of ossification started but the fetus is already capable of some muscular movement.
    In a personal letter dated 8/1/87 from Dr. T.W. Sadler, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514, and author of Langman’s Medical Embryology, Dr. Sadler states,

    “At the 8th week post fertilization, the ribs would be cartilaginous and muscles would be present. Also at this time ossification would begin near the angle of the rib and would spread along the shaft until it reached the costal cartilage by the 4th month. Muscles would be capable of some movement at 8 weeks, but by 10-12 weeks this capacity would be much better developed.”

    It is always better to have two witnesses so we shall see what Dr. Keith L. Moore has to say about the development of bones and muscles in his book The Developing Human. Extracted from Chapters 15-17 we find the following information:

    The skeletal and muscle system develops from the mesoderm, some of which becomes mesenchymal cells. These mesenchymal cells make muscles, and also have the ability to differentiate…into osteoblasts which make bone. At first the bones form as cartilage models so that by the end of the sixth week the whole limb skeleton is formed out of cartilage but without any bony calcium as shown in Figure 15-13. (Keith L. Moore, The Developing Human, 4th ed., 1988, p. 346.)

    While the bone models are forming, myoblasts develop a large muscle mass in each limb bud, separating into extensor and flexor components. In other words, the limb musculature develops simultaneously in situ from the mesenchyme surrounding the developing bones. So Dr. Moore agrees completely with Dr. Sadler.

    Furthermore, during a personal conversation with Dr. Moore I showed him Dr. Sadler’s statement and he agreed that it was absolutely valid.
    Conclusion:
    on bone development Dr. Sadler and Dr. Moore agree. There is no time when calcified bones have been formed and then the muscles are placed around them. The muscles are there several weeks before there are calcified bones, rather than being added around previously formed bones as the Qur’an states. The Qur’an is in complete error here.

  2. السلفية says:

    “Muhammed Jacob says: Conclusion:
    on bone development Dr. Sadler and Dr. Moore agree. There is no time when calcified bones have been formed and then the muscles are placed around them. The muscles are there several weeks before there are calcified bones, rather than being added around previously formed bones as the Qur’an states. The Qur’an is in complete error here.”

    You take a wrong conclusion because you dismissed the premises. Quran talks about the skeleton, not the calcified bones, in which the cartilage is placed beneath, below, underneath the muscles.
    What Quran states on skeleton and muscles is not just about their timeline but also their position and layer (clothing and wrapping).
    Q.2, v.259. ….Look further at the skeletons, how We bring them together and clothe them with muscles…
    So, the forming of skeleton (along with cartilage) can precede or go parallel with the forming of muscles, but in terms of layer the cartilage lies below the muscles, therefore:
    At first the bones form as cartilage models, so that by the end of the sixth week the whole limb skeleton is formed out of cartilage.

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