Skip to comments.Killing in the name of God is devilish.
Posted on 08/19/2014 3:34:49 AM PDT by Newfenceland
It is really shocking to know about the atrocities done is Syria and Iraq in the name of God. No God, no religion exhorts to kill in His name. If there is anyone who upholds the idea of killing in the name of God, he is a devils child, he belongs to the devils religion, and his master is none but devil. It is disgraceful to know that those in the Middle East, either religious heads or political heads do not react to these brutalities. We need to look at our fellow beings as human beings, not as Muslims or Christians. Even the head of Oman, Sultan Qaboos, who is known for his humanitarian concern, keeps quite!!!.... I wonder if there is anyone in the Middle East, ordinary people, religious heads or head of the nations who has the guts to blame the atrocities in the name of God.
Did any of the great founding fathers mention God’s will regarding the(killing) defeat of the British?
The Battle Hymn of the Republic comes to mind.
Have you red the Koran?
Are you suggesting that bathouse Barry is correct when he stated muslims were instramental in the building of America?
No. I’m saying that the Koran explicitly says Kill, Kill, Kill in the name of it’s god.
This is hugh.
I’d suggest you re-read the Old Testament. There was this dude named Joshua ... and one named Samson ... and one named David ... and ...
The Mohammedans kill in the name of al-Lah. Assuming that al-Lah is the God of Abraham, of Issac, and of Jacob is more than a stretch.
Uh, yeah, actually, they do.
In the Old Testament, Jehovah (bless his name) did tell the Israelites to kill the heathen, depraved Canaanites. And did it repeatedly, all the way down to the time of David.
Also, Mohammed (p*ss be unto him) said that Allah (curse his name, the demon) tells his followers in the Koran to "kill the unbeliever where you find him." That includes both Christians and Jews.
So, sorry, what you said is not correct.
Somebody’s never read the Torah or the Book of Joshua.
I did not.
Wow. Two people think I wrote something I didn’t.