Which is a crime in Islam:
Mass-murdering human beings or eating bacon?
— Bosch Fawstin (@BoschFawstin) October 1, 2014
It's mass-murdering human beings, obviously. You can eat bacon out of politeness if you're a guest and the hosts prepare it by mistake, although you should make every attempt to avoid it. Whereas not murdering people is pretty explicitly brought up, without caveats or exceptions. But of course, you know that, because you "used to be a Muslim".
"but whoever is driven to necessity, not desiring, nor exceeding the limit, no sin shall be upon him; surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful."
LOL. The koran's "Kill the infidels wherever you find them" killed all of the "peaceful" passages that came before. You know about Islam's Doctrine of Abrogation or you don't, and if you don't, you have no business talking about Islam, whether you're a Muslim or not.
A bit like how Jesus made the Old Testament not count anymore, except when certain Christians want it to, like when they using it as an excuse to kill teh fagz. The Qu'ran is hardly alone in being self-contradictory, or coming up with excuses for it. I admire the acknowledgement of historical context at the heart of Naskh, even if the end product is a loophole that psychopaths like ISIS can use to justify explicitly forbidden practices like going around brutally murdering everyone in sight, and conversely non-Muslims like you can use as evidence that Islam is inherently some kind of death cult. If Islam was half as inherently bloodthirsty and power-hungry as people like you insist, I'm pretty sure it would have won thousands of years ago.
What a BS'r. "explicitly forbidden practices"? Nothing is forbidden in Islam, Explicitly: "Necessity makes the forbidden permissible."
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