Is it illegal to burn a Qoran? Watch
- 27-07-2016 20:56
- 27-07-2016 20:58
This site loves sensitive political discussions doesn't it?
(Original post by King7)
- 27-07-2016 21:01
So, why did the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) accept non-Muslims to live under Muslim rule? Why didn't he just 'slay' them? Hmm, seems to me you don't understand the context of the verse, let alone the history of Islam. Here's a hadith for you: The Prophet said, "Who ever kills a Dhimi (innocent), he will never smell enter Paradise, let alone smell it!" Sahih Bukhari.
Good day to you
(Original post by Anonymous)
- 27-07-2016 21:09
As a Muslim, why would you want to burn someone's religious book? For the sake of Freedom of Speech? Lol! Go right ahead, there are millions of people around the world who know the Qur'an by heart, and we can make a million more for each one you burn. For the sake of Freedom of Speech, I would never, EVER, do such a thing towards he Bible, Torah, any constitution/flag or any athiest book lol.
(Original post by umar39)
- 28-07-2016 10:20
You would be expressing hatred by burning a group's religious book. Burning the Qu'ran (or the American Flag) persay is not illegal but the burning of anything intentionally is a criminal offense.
(Original post by BobSausage)
- 28-07-2016 10:51
What about bonfire night. Or do we just have to slip and accidentally drop that match on a gathering of dry wood? The funny thing is now with islamic extremists people would be afraid to do that to a qu'ran whereas doing it to the Bible would not cause half as much public outcry or threat from Christian groups.
What you've done here is explain the effects of terrorism. People are too scared now to do things that are Islamophobic in fear that they will be targeted next. I do agree with your statement although I don't see a reason why any person would burn any religious book!
- 28-07-2016 11:44