By John W. Lillpop
Efforts to recognize the violence and murder inspired by the Quran are proceeding in Spain.
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Recently a courageous Pakistani Ex-Muslim, Imran Firasat, filed a petition to the Spanish government to ban the Quran a book used by Muslims that also inspires terrorism.
A few weeks ago Imran handed over a formal document to the Ministry of the Presidency, the Congress of Representatives, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior, in which he presented the following 10 points to back his request:
1. The Quran is not a sacred and religious book, but a violent book, full of hatred and discrimination.
2. Quran is a horrible book which provokes a community it calls Muslims to undertake Jihad, kill innocent people and destroy the peace of the world.
3. The Quran is responsible for all the terrorism we have seen in recent years in which thousands of people lost their lives.
4. The Quran is a book which contains evil teachings and forces its believers to capture the entire world and total power at any price.
5. The Quran is a book which legally permits and incites hatred and violence, and for that reason it is not compatible with the modern world, including Spain.
6. The Quran is a book which directly discriminates between human beings.
7. The Quran is a book which does not allow either freedom of expression or religious freedom.
8. The Quran is a book which causes women to suffer and be tortured through the totality of its injustice and macho laws.
9. The Quran is a book which, rather than teaching unity, teaches disunity, and in this way does not allow its believers to form friendships with those who are not Muslims, because in the eyes of Quran they are infidels.
10. The Quran is a major threat to the free society of Spain. A book which clearly preaches the messages of jihad, killing, hate, discrimination and revenge. For that reason it cannot be compatible with the Spanish system in any sense. It is a book totally contrary to what the law and constitution of Spain say, and it incites hatred and violence in our country.
Obviously, this petition will be vigorously opposed and will likely fail.. Still, it is an important first step in facing the truth about the “Religion of Peace,” and should inspire others to follow suit.