Thursday, June 23, 2011

Does the Quran call Christians and Jews pigs and monkeys?

No it only speaks to the Jews. A SPECIFIC, SMALL group of Jews during the time of Musa (Moses), who actually were to serve as an example for other Jews. See the following links:

http://www.onislam.net/english/ask-about-islam/islam-and-the-world/worldview/166251-quran-a-racist-book-or-a-global-message.html#link

http://www.suhaibwebb.com/islam-studies/does-the-quran-call-jews-pigs-and-apes/

http://www.theholybook.org/content/view/6404/2/

http://www.answering-christianity.com/sami_zaatri/3_misinterpreted_ayat.htm

http://www.ruqaiyyah.karoo.net/articles/apes.htm

Now that was a yet another Christian attack this time from the Christian Supremacist site Religion News Blog. However I wonder what Christians say to Matthew 7:6? "Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and then turn and tear you to pieces
This verse refers non-Christians as dogs and pigs!

2 comments:

Mithun C M said...

Said don't throw holy things to pigs or dogs (Unholy peoples) they may tear it out at their feet and attack you. That was experienced by all apostleship of Jesus. Jesus disciples where killed by the unholy who unable to understand the holy (But that was to help unholy people to become holy they worked for GOD with weapon of LOVE from GOD not by "JIHAD").

Anonymous said...

"Now yet another Christian".. "Christian Supremecist"
It's comments like these which I find really irritating. It would be better to phrase it as "Now yet another person" and talk about educating people in general on Islam, both from other religions and those of non. I have had my own presuppositions which I have researched (from Muslim sources) and found out that my assumptions were incorrect. You shouldn't bash people in such a way so as to turn them from finding out the truth to their questions. When you act that way people don't change their views as easily and are more likely to cling to false beliefs.

By the way I'm Christian and concerning Matthew, it is a warning which I think everyone can heed, I think it creates a balance within the idea of 'turning the other cheek' because this by no means you should allow people to walk all over you.(BTW turning the other cheek didn't mean literally, it meant when people insult you etc. It was talking about a verbal offense).

Anyway, my respect for Muslim's is growing although I would never convert, I just see it more realistically.