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Koran, Sharia and Non-Muslims

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Its often a debatable topic when it concerns to anything even remotely related to Islam. Many of the ‘Islamic Scholars’ claim Islam to be a peaceful religion so does the left. The people especially non-muslims who are now compelled to research this Arabia-originated faith owing to the current scenario, are generally frowned upon by Islamic Scholars and apologists of Islam shunning them down, even mocking their intellect. But still, in the times of universal deceit, standing by our ground is a prerequisite and equally courageous. So, lets discuss the most important part of Islam the ‘Sharia’.

What is Sharia?

Sharia or ‘Allah’s law’ as it is called are a set of laws  which are the most important part of Islam, or to be precise ‘They complete Islam’. Sharia is totally based on principles of Koran.


Islamic Scholars on Sharia: “Islamic Law (Sharia) is perfect; eternal since its based on ‘Mohammed’s deeds’. No other law is as perfect as Sharia.”

If you were to ask any believing and practicing Muslim to denounce sharia no one will ever do that.

The topics covered in Sharia are: How to eat, what to eat, how to live, how to pray, how to discipline your wife, how to punish a child, contract law, family law; basically every aspect of life!


Here are some examples of demands by Muslims with Sharia being the basis of them:

1. Prayer rooms at airports, workplaces etc.

2. Media should not be allowed to criticize Islam


3. Prohibition of Cartoon, joke on Mohammed.

4. Outrage on any critical content pertaining to Islam and Muslim Invaders.

Non-Muslims and Sharia:

Non-Muslims are often described as ‘Kafir’ in Koran. The argument is often made by various Islamic Scholars that ‘Kafir’ is the word described for a ‘non-believer’. Since Islam considers only Allah to be the God, once can easily conclude what ‘Kafir’ stands for. Under Islam every non-Muslim; be it Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Jew or any other faith but Islam is a ‘Kafir’. There are not much laws devoted to Kafirs in Sharia because basically Kafir has very few rights under Islam.

There’s a reason why Islam is so controversial, Islam devotes a lot of energy on Kafir. About 64% of Koran is devoted to Kafir, neraly 81% of Shaira is on Kafir also the Hadith devoted 37% of text to Kafir. Overall the Islamic Trilogy devotes 51% of its content to Kafir. So; why should Islam terrify the Kafirs? Well if all the Islamic Trilogy is closely looked at one can infer that there are two types of Islam:

1. Political Islam

2. Religious Islam.

Political Islam should always worry us because thats what Mohammed did to Kafirs and now his Progeny aspire to.

Sharia References about Kafirs:

‘Al Walaa Wa Al Barra’:

Hatred for the sake of Allah and love for the sake of Allah. It is the fundamental principle of Islamic Doctrine and Sharia. A Muslim is to hate what Allah hates and to love what Allah loves.

Koran 40:35- “They (non-Muslims) who dispute the signs (verses) of Allah without having reached them are greatly hated by Allah and the believers (Muslims). So Allah seals up every arrogant, disdainful heart.

The above verse explains the hatred of Allah for those who do not believe in him. This verse is foundation of hatred for non-Muslims or more popularly ‘Kafirs’.

There are in all 109 verses in Koran devoted to Kafir; 6 of them are as follows:

1. Behead the Kafir:

Koran 47:4 “When you encounter Kafirs on the battlefield, cutoff their heads until you have thoroughly defeated them and then take prisoners and tie them up.”

2. Mock the Kafir:

Koran 83:34- “On that day the faithful will mock the Kafirs; while they sit on Bridal Couches and watch them; Should not the Kafirs be paid back for what they did?”

3. Terrorise the Kafir:

Koran 8:12- “Then your lord spoke to his angels and said, “I will be with you. Give strength to believers. I will send terror into the hearts of Kafirs, cut off their heads and even tips of their fingers.”

4. Muslims shouldn’t befriend Kafir:

Koran 3:28- “Believers should not take Kafirs as friends in preference to other believers those who do this will have none of Allah’s protection.”

5. Kafir is evil:

Koran 23:97- “Oh my lord I seek refuge with you my lord from their presence. I seek refuge with you from the suggestions of the evil.”

6. Kafir should be disgraced:

Koran 37:18- “Tell them, “Yes! And you will be disgraced.”

7. Kafir is cursed:

Koran 33:60- “They will be cursed and whenever they are found they will be seized and murdered.”

There are 109 verses like this in Koran invoking Muslims to slaughter all the non-believers. No atheist; free speech advocate is safe under Islam.

Jihad and Sharia:

Jihad is the war Muslims are ordered to wage on non-Muslims until Sharia is established.

There are various references to Jihad in Koran:

Koran 2:26- “You are commanded to fight although you dislike it. You may hate something that is good for you and love something that is bad for you. Allah knows and you do not”.

Koran 4: 89- “They would have you become kafirs like them so you all will be the same. Therefore, do not take any of them as friends until they have abandoned their homes to fight for Allah. But if they turn back find them and kill them wherever they are.

Islam basically advocates submission. Terrorism; Slaughter, Beheading are considered sacred in Islam. Yeah it does guarantee peace but only then when you have submitted to Alllah!

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