Papa don't preach: Hardline Islam 'breeding a generation of Egyptian atheists'

Papa don't preach: Hardline Islam 'breeding a generation of Egyptian atheists'
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All those who are criticising revealed religions have not read the the revealed books, from cover to cover,they are deeming incompatible.Have they read the English translation of the Quran?No.wt they hve read is the maligned,misinterpreted version of it,and that is propoganda.Don't judge a religion based on its followers,we are human beings,we all err,judge a religion based on what it scripture says,you will know what is compatible and what is not.standards of right and wrong will never be the same anywhere,any age,what may be right to you,may be wrong to others irrespective of religion,thr wud alwys be a conflict of beliefs,so the best judge is God.For those who don't believe in God,I can't help you,you must help yourself,man has an inherrent belief in an almighty power,do u wonder y?look at the world with an open mind,things are not always what they appear to be.most people who criticize islam do not know islam,thy know what others say islam is.

Anonymous raro (not verified) Sun, 10/20/2013 - 13:06

First listen to the words of Jesus: "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by Me.

Study the life of Jesus and Mohammed. Who you trust?
God (Allah) bless you all!
Love! Stephan, the Netherlands.

Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 01/16/2013 - 01:03

I hope that Egyptians (and Muslims everywhere) have the courage to stand up and speak out against their divisive, conservative religious leaders when they no longer believe that the message of said leader is morally sound. Think about right and wrong for yourself and with your family/friends, but don't just blindly follow your politically motivated leaders. Atheists in the West and atheists in the Middle East will ultimately be the ones to mend the divide between our cultures. The type of world piece and love that we all crave so deeply will not come from the conservative Christians and Muslims, but from secular humanists.

Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 01/13/2013 - 18:57

Every religious believer is always convinced that the more extremist of their preachers is somehow warping their beliefs. Nothing could be further from the truth: when you base your life on a revealed religion that requires interpretation, you cannot pretend to be surprised when people take the most conservative interpretation in order to serve their own ends. This is ultimately the problem with religion. It is incompatible with modern ethics. Its why regardless of whether or not it's Islam, Christianity or the other countless failed attempts at explaining the Universe, the people who try to control you with revealed religions are nothing more than manipulative people who only want power in this life, despite pretending to care about your second life.

The incompatibility of religion with reality will continue to push people further away, until we emancipate ourselves from such profound ignorance.

Jake (not verified) Sun, 01/13/2013 - 18:17

In the age of the internet, religion(all religions)that use forceful tactics to keep and gain followers will disappear or change their ways. The world has become more civilized over time for a reason. If a religious institution wishes to overthrow a population that has already overcome religious oppression, they should be careful for what they wish for. Preach love or embrace failure.

Western guy (not verified) Sun, 01/13/2013 - 18:06

Parents should be guided by the following: Look at your holy book (Quran, Bible, whatever), a supposedly perfect book. If there is ANYTHING in that book that you would not personally agree with, abandon the religion that is based on that book. Otherwise you are a fraud. If you feel that you MUST have a religion, create your own, based on what YOU feel is right.

Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 01/13/2013 - 16:41

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