"quam" it's a slur, get over it.


    "The Qur'an claims for itself that it is "mubeen," or clear, but if you just look at it, you will see that every fifth sentence or so simply doesn't make sense! If the Qur'an is not comprehensible, if it can't even be understood in Arabic, then it's not translatable into any language." - Gerd Puin

    Koran is full of internal contradictions, scientific errors and historical blunders. 54:19 mentions Aad was destroyed in a day but 69:6,7 mentions Aad was destroyed in seven nights and eight days; 19:17 shows an angel appeared to Mary but 3:42 shows several angels appeared; 28:40 mentions pharaoh drowned and died but 10:92 states that the same pharaoh was saved; 18:86 states that sun sets in a muddy spring of water; 15:19 mentions earth is flat; 86:6,7 states that semen emits from between back-bone and the ribs; 19:27,28 states that Mary was the sister of Aaron, whereas history shows they were born about 1300 years apart; 28:8 tells that pharaoh and Haman were living at the same time and place whereas history clearly shows they were born about 1000 years apart and pharaoh lived in Egypt and Haman lived in Shushan city in Persia; and 4:157 says that Jesus was not crucified whereas it is crystal clear in historical records that Jesus was crucified and not another man who looked like Jesus. By the way, the transliterated name of Jesus in arabic Quran is Isa but even this is wrong because the name of Esau, brother of Jacob (Yaqub in arabic) is Isa in arabic. The correct transliterated name of Jesus in arabic is Yasu. Isa (Esau) means "hairy" and Yasu (Jesus) means "God saves." source: http://islam-watch.org/LeavingIslam/Why-I-Quit-Islam.htm

    - The Quran is full with major scientific errors. The myth of scientific miracles is designed to cover up those errors.
    - The Quran is full with grammatical and other language errors that would never be accepted in any other book or from any other writer.
    - The Quran has been deliberately wrapped by confusing sound and visual effects so that it doesn't look like a normal book when heard or read.
    - The Quran is full with repetitions of stories that have no relevance to our time, or even to Mohammed's time. Such repetitions account for nearly one thirds of the book.
    - Some verses are incomplete, while others contain irrelevant insertions or seem to be completely out of place. It is likely that the scribes or the people who collected the Quran committed such errors.
    - There is almost no resemblance at all between the Meccan verses and the Medina verses, a fact well known to Muslims. However, the Muslims' explanations are not convincing. We do not expect Allah to change his style or dialect when Mohammed moves from one place to another. A more logical explanation is that the authors or Mohammed's sources have changed.
    - Humans' errors of the scribes and the people responsible of the early collections of the Quran may account for many of its errors. Some verses could have been included more than once (hence the excessive repetitions) and some may have been misplaced or gone completely missing. source: http://www.islam-watch.org/MuminSalih/My-Story-with-Quran-Losing-Reli...

    According to Koran, Allah created man from:
    Sura 3:59 dust
    Sura 15:26 dried clay of altered mud
    Sura 16:4 mixed drops of male and female sexual discharge
    Sura 24:45 water
    Sura 35:11 dust
    Sura 75:37 mixed drops of male and female sexual discharge
    Sura 96:2 blood clot

    While there may well have been a historical individual named Ubu'l Kassim who was later entitled Mohammed ("The Praised One"), who raised followers and participated in the initiation of the Arab Conquest, he likely came from northeast Arabia in what is now southern Jordan. The deity that Ubu'l Kassim chose to follow was Allah, a contraction of al- Lah, the ancient Arab God of the Moon [note: which is why the symbol of Islam to this day is the crescent moon]. Ubu'l Kassim died, however, some years before the Arab Conquest was fully under way (the traditional date is 632). Al-Rawandi summarizes what then happened: Once the Arabs had acquired an empire, a coherent religion was required in order to hold that empire together and legitimize their rule. In a process that involved a massive backreading of history, and in conformity to the available Jewish and Christian models, this meant they needed a revelation and a revealer - a Prophet - whose life could serve at once as a model for moral conduct and as a framework for the appearance of the revelation. Hence (Ubu'l Kassim was selected to be the Prophet), the Koran, the Hadith (Sayings of the Prophet), and the Sira were contrived and conjoined over a period of a couple of centuries. Topographically, after a century or so of Judaeo-Moslem monotheism centered on Jerusalem, in order to make Islam distinctively Arab … an inner Arabian biography of Mecca, Medina, the Quraysh, the Prophet and his Hegira (flight from Mecca to Medina alleged in 622, Year One in the Islamic calendar) was created as a purely literary artifact. An artifact, moreover, based not on faithful memories of real events, but on the fertile imaginations of Arab storytellers elaborating from allusive references in Koranic texts, the canonical text of the Koran not being fixed for nearly two centuries. (p.104) Al- Rawandi concludes that the Sira, the life of Mohammed in Mecca and Medina, is a myth, a "baseless fiction." This is the conclusion of a substantial number of serious academic historians working in Islamic studies today. They include Mohammed Ibn al-Warraq, Mohammed Ibn al- Rawandi, John Wansbrough, Kenneth Cragg, Patricia Crone, Michael Cook, John Burton, Andrew Rippin, Julian Baldick, Gerald Hawting, and Suliman Bashear. Yet they and their research are virtually unknown. source: http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/9/24/152943.shtml

    Any religion that requires total obedience without thought is not likely to produce people capable of critical thought, people capable of free and independent thought. Such a situation is favorable to the development of a powerful "clergy" and is clearly responsible for the intellectual, cultural, and economic stagnation of several centuries. Illiteracy remains high in Muslim countries. Historically, as there never was any separation of state and religion, any criticism of one was seen as a criticism of the other… No Muslim country has developed a stable democracy; Muslims are being subjected to every kind of repression possible. Under these conditions healthy criticism of society is not possible, because critical thought and liberty go together… All innovations are discouraged in Islam - every problem is seen as a religious problem rather than a social or economic one… If a man were to break into a woman's dormitory and rape half a dozen women, he would risk nothing since there would be no male witnesses. Indeed a female victim of rape is unlikely to file a lawsuit because she would risk being condemned herself and have little chance of obtaining justice… According to Muslim jurists, the husband is not obliged under Islamic law to pay for her (wife) medical expenses in case of illness… According to Women's Action Forum, a woman's rights organization, 72% of all women in police custody in Pakistan are physically and sexually abused… Under Islamic law a woman cannot be the head of state. source: http://islam-watch.org/IbnWarraq/Islam's-Shame-Veil-Tears.htm

    A Guide to Quranic Contradictions: http://www.islam-watch.org/AbulKasem/quranic.contradictions/index.html

    Contradictions in the Koran:

    Errors in the Koran:
    Scribal Errors: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/scribal.html
    Grammatical Errors: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/grammar.html
    The Gate: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/gate.html
    Zul-Qarnain: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/alex.html
    Zul-Qarnain and the Sun: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/spring.html
    Inventions to protect the miracle: http://members.aol.com/AlHaqq4u/inventions.html

    Why Koran cannot be trusted: http://www.news.faithfreedom.org/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid...

    Muslim tradition holds that the prophet Mohammed, the founder of Islam,
    prayed for the duration of an eclipse.


    Who is Allah? (pronounced "All-ah")
    Scholars agree that "Allah", although being the Arabic word that means "god", just as the word "El" does in Hebrew, Allah was an actual pagan deity that was part of the middle-eastern pantheon at the time of Mohammed. Mohammed was born in 570 CE (common era) in the Arabian city of Mecca.

    Below, you can see the flags of Turkey (left) and Pakistan (right)  that have the crescent Moon and one Star.  This god "Allah" was a moon god, and was one of the primary gods worshiped in the area where Mohammed lived. Mohammed elevated this "moon god" to the level of supreme god and declared him to be THE god, and that there was no other. The symbolism on the flags show the still lingering reference to the Moon god Allah.

    flag of Turkey flag of Pakistan

    Islam was originally a pagan reliion.


    Pre-Islamic history tells us that many Arabian tribes were stone worshippers. This is also mentioned in Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol 5, #661. The Old Testament even talks about Mideast pagan groups that worshipped stones. Muhammad incorporated the Kaba's paganistic roots into Islam to give the Muslims a sense of identity, legitimacy, and uniqueness. He also wanted to ease the Arab's strain of moving from paganism to Islam, by continuing the practices of their fathers.


    There were 360 idols around the Kaba. The pilgrimages to the Kaba were all pagan pilgrimages, the ritual processions around the Kaba were part of pagan beliefs and custom, the white robes worn by the pilgrims were from pagan faiths, the veneration of the Kaba and black stone are derived from pagan rituals and beliefs. Pagans called out the names of their pagan gods as they circled the Kaba, today, Muslims call out Allah's name. Pagans ran between the nearby hills, Muhammad authorized Muslims to do that in the Quran, and probably ran between the hills himself.

    The chief pagan god worshipped there was Hubal, who could be called the god of Mecca and of the Kaba. Hubal is not mentioned in the Quran. The goddesses al-Lat, al-Uzza, and Manat were also worshipped there and are mentioned in the Quran.

    It is thought that the Kaba was originally set up for astral worship. Golden suns and moons are repeatedly mentioned as the votive gifts. Some pagans regarded the Kaba as a temple devoted to the sun, moon, and 5 planets.