just to clear the message in the video ,
1-terrorists are acting against islam interest.
2- we ask for the same freedom of speech for everyone (if you can insult jews then we'll accept that you can insult islam too)
3- many of the so called athiests rely mainly on anti islamic websites that distort and manipulate verses of the quran.
And throw against islam mainly passages from hadith and sira.
but they don't bother mentioning to their readers that we regard these 2 sources as highly corrupted and more like fairytales than actual facts, to an extand that all muslim scholars agree that less than 10% of hadith and sira are correct.
4- in this video i am not trying to convert anybody
nor i am trying to get symphaty for islam
i am expressing my basic right of defending my religion , and giving a glance to the islamic vision.
Dutch MP Geert Wilder anti-Islam movie Fitna -Video response
stoning in bible:
1.For touching Mount Sinai Exodus 19:13
2.For taking "accursed things" Joshua 7:1-26
3.For cursing or blaspheming Leviticus 24:16
4.For adultery (including urban rape victims who fail to scream loud enough) Deuteronomy 22:23-24
5.For animals (like an ox that gores a human) Exodus 21:28
6.For a woman who is not a virgin on her wedding night Deuteronomy 22:13-21
7.For worshipping other gods Deuteronomy 17:2-5
8.For preaching the wrong religion Deuteronomy 13:5-10
9.For disobeying parents Deuteronomy 21:18-21
10.For witches and wizards Leviticus 20:27
11.For giving your children to Molech Leviticus 20:2
12.For breaking the Sabbath Numbers 15:32-56
13.For cursing the king 1 Kings 21:10
I thought it would be interesting to see how many times, and for what offenses, the Quran prescribed death by stoning.
The answer is zero. The Quran does not mention stoning as a punishment for any crime.
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