Sunday, July 05, 2009

The Great Give Away

CAIR, inspired by Obama's positive comments about Islam, wants to give away 100,000 copies of The Qu'ran to influential US leaders. If you receive one, be sure to read the parts about jihad and polygamy, which have never been renounced by Islam and cannot be. Sharia law is incompatible with the American Constitution.


Dave said...

There's no point in reading the Quran unless you can read it in the original Arabic. Of course, others will say the same about the Bible needing to be read in the original languages but we Christians do not hold do a dictation theory of divine inspiration.

Speaking of Arabic, you can obtain a free copy of the New Testament in Arabic here:

This is great for anyone you know who is a native Arabic speaker.

Byron Harvey said...


I have a Koran and would like to know the references to those things. You hear different things from different people, and I'd like to look 'em up for myself. Can you give chapter and verse? Thanks!

Chad said...

Hello Doug,

Have you seen "The Third Jihad," put out by Dr. Zuhdi Jasser? Very, very eye-opening!

You can check it out here:

The documentary goes along with the content of this post.

Godspeed and I appreciate your work.

Abu Daoud said...

I think it is a good idea to give out copies of translations of the qur'an, and I don't seen any problem with it. It is not a very compelling book and a number of people who have left Islam did so after reading a translation of the qur'an.

Ricardo Moody said...


You should pick up a copy of "Islam and Terrorism" by Mark A. Gabriel. It is very helpful for understanding the core belief system of Islam and provides a plethora of verses from the Qu'ran.
Fighting unbelievers:
Surah 4:89; Surah 47:4; Surah 8:59-60; Surah 9:5; Surah 9:123

Enforcement of killing:
Surah 8:67

Jews and Christians are enemies:
Surah 8:39; Surah 5:51; Surah 4:47

(see Surah 2:217; 4:71-104; 8:24-36,39-65)

On polygamy see:
Surah 4:3

Byron Harvey said...

Unfortunately, my reading list is already a mile long, but thanks for that tip, and particularly for those verses (is that what they call 'em?). I'll look 'em up and mark 'em in some way so I'll have 'em for future reference should the need arise. Thanks!