Koran editing

Reader comment on: Germany: A Koran in Every Household

Submitted by Jason Giles, Apr 12, 2012 11:52

The most important paragraph in the article deals with the editing of the Koran to remove the verses that would be controversial. This is all part of a campaign of deception about their religion by the extremists mentioned in the article. People across the globe need to wake up to the deceptive practices being used to promote and defend Islam. Like the article tells it, these non-controversial versions of the Koran are being distributed in order to introduce an Islam that is significantly different than the one proposed in the original Koran; and afterwards those who are converted will slowly be assimilated into the Islam that is taught under it.

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Two Contradictory Reactions [113 words]Ron ThompsonApr 16, 2012 03:09
⇒ Koran editing [110 words]Jason GilesApr 12, 2012 11:52
Worries and doubts [144 words]Robbert KOPMar 16, 2013 02:01

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