The ways in which The Koran employs words such as: “good”—”merciful”—and “better”, are completely OPPOSITE in meaning to our understanding of those words. Example: after every act of grotesque terror,—with dead and dying people laying all over the place bleeding and crying out in agony,—the Jihadi will always shout that God is good and merciful.
So, “up” is actually “down”. “Good” is actually horrific and preferably bloody. “Merciful” is really an excuse for committing a vile and grotesque crime against any nonbeliever and then being able to congratulate oneself for a job well done. You feel as if you have stepped into an insane asylum when spend any time with The Koran and Islamic teaching. It makes anything in the Old Testament look like a treatise from an ancient Greek cool-headed-logic-based philosopher.
Islam and Western values live in Opposite Land and are completely at odds with each other in case you haven’t noticed BY NOW. They are irreconcilable worldviews; and the sooner we come to that realization, the sooner we accept the facts that are not only staring us in the face—but are battering us in the face—the better off we will be.
“This parable lays the theological groundwork for honor killings, in which a family member is murdered because they brought shame to the family, either through apostasy or perceived moral indiscretion. The story (which is not found in any Jewish or Christian source) tells of Moses encountering a man with “special knowledge” who does things which don’t seem to make sense on the surface, but are then justified according to later explanation. One such action is to murder a youth for no apparent reason (74). However, the wise man later explains that it was feared that the boy would “grieve” his parents by “disobedience and ingratitude.” He was killed so that Allah could provide them a ‘better’ son. [Note: This parable along with verse 58:22 is a major reason that honor killing is sanctioned by Sharia. Reliance of the Traveler (Umdat al-Saliq) says that punishment for murder is not applicable when a parent or grandparent kills their offspring (o.1.12).]”
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74. Then they both proceeded, till they met a boy, he (Khidr) killed him. Musa (Moses) said: “Have you killed an innocent person who had killed none? Verily, you have committed a thing “Nukra” (a great Munkar – prohibited, evil, dreadful thing)!”
80. “And as for the boy, his parents were believers, and we feared lest he should oppress them by rebellion and disbelief.
81. “So we intended that their Lord should change him for them for one better in righteousness and near to mercy.