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Should the Koran be banned in the United States like the Bible is banned in Saudi Arabia?

Simmering Frog 2011/07/30 03:17:51
Yes, ban the Koran.
No, don't ban the Koran.
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  • Mike 2011/07/30 03:20:17
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Mike
    +5
    Two wrongs don't make a right! If we did that, we would be just as wrong in doing that as Saudi Arabia is in banning the Bible.

    America is the land of the Free and it must lead by example.

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  • I LOVE JESUS 2014/06/08 18:26:05
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    I LOVE JESUS
    THE HOLY BIBLE IS THE ONLY ONE WITH GODS WORDS
  • Lauren Damas Torres 2013/09/28 02:19:11
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    Lauren Damas Torres
    muslims (and muslim apologists) claim that islam is a religion of peace and tolerance, yet in predominately muslim countries, Christians are persecuted for their faith. Churches are desecrated or destroyed, Christians are threatened with death if they don't embrace islam. You can't bring a Bible into some of these countries without risking some kind of punishment. muslims are free to distribute their religious materials, but if a non-muslim does the same muslims are offended. muslims need a huge dose of their own medicine. If I can't bring my Bible to your country, then keep your koran out of mine
  • -(*PeacE4LovE*)- 2012/11/08 14:35:07 (edited)
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    -(*PeacE4LovE*)-
    I agree The Christians are not allowed to worship in Saudia Arabia , but Saudia Arabia didnt tell you to open " Masjids " in U.S.A ... its a Part of your Rules , not the Saudia Insisted you to do that ... In the mean time you have to please the "Gays,Lesbians,Interest Base Business,God-less Nation , Anti-Bible ,Anti-God ... You have also tend to give Muslim Rights in your country and you can not abide to disapprove it ... because its against your Democratic Law ... If you do not give the rights to Muslims , your democratic law will slowly lose its present values ...



    2nd ... Saudia Arabic law based on Quran but there is no Islamic Country who is following Quran 100% but trying Its best to follow ... The Country who follows the Best , have the Best Blessings of God ... and who dont and follow West , are facing the Wrath of God ... yes there Punishment for sin is in the World ... ( ONLY )



    3rd ... i dont know which land today took the word of God seriously ... i feel good if America follow Bible and give Democracy based on Bible rather than People who chop verses and Use religion for there own purposes ... and religion is not a joke or club where every sports have sections to play ... Let 1 religion be supreme and have open debate with Logic in which all Religions are welcome ... Ot...&







    I agree The Christians are not allowed to worship in Saudia Arabia , but Saudia Arabia didnt tell you to open " Masjids " in U.S.A ... its a Part of your Rules , not the Saudia Insisted you to do that ... In the mean time you have to please the "Gays,Lesbians,Interest Base Business,God-less Nation , Anti-Bible ,Anti-God ... You have also tend to give Muslim Rights in your country and you can not abide to disapprove it ... because its against your Democratic Law ... If you do not give the rights to Muslims , your democratic law will slowly lose its present values ...



    2nd ... Saudia Arabic law based on Quran but there is no Islamic Country who is following Quran 100% but trying Its best to follow ... The Country who follows the Best , have the Best Blessings of God ... and who dont and follow West , are facing the Wrath of God ... yes there Punishment for sin is in the World ... ( ONLY )



    3rd ... i dont know which land today took the word of God seriously ... i feel good if America follow Bible and give Democracy based on Bible rather than People who chop verses and Use religion for there own purposes ... and religion is not a joke or club where every sports have sections to play ... Let 1 religion be supreme and have open debate with Logic in which all Religions are welcome ... Otherwise the Battle will be endless & it will be because it is written ...



    regarding the topic , i will only say what the Quran says Chapter 9 Verse 17



    It is not for the Mushrikun (polytheists, idolaters, pagans, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allah), to maintain the Mosques of Allah (i.e. to pray and worship Allah therein, to look after their cleanliness and their building, etc.), while they witness against their ownselves of disbelief. The works of such are in vain and in Fire shall they abide.
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  • Elephant Lord 2011/11/02 04:34:21
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Elephant Lord
    We are a land of freedom. Do we really want to sink down to that level?
  • ChabMosq 2011/08/27 04:07:23 (edited)
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    ChabMosq
    The Bible is banned in saudi? If it is.., so what It's a holy country, sounds normal that they only wannna follow their faith and their culture.. How holy is America? U people serious? U can't compare America with Saudi.. Why don't y'all stupid jerks think before u say something.. "Ban all the muslims from America". Unknown people with a low ass IQ wanna talk about banning people.. We muslims want people to read the Qur'an and give them info about Islaam to get you on "a" right path so with a good meaning, we don't wanna hurt nobody at all by bombing or AK's or what ever.. It's a source, made by a sick minded racist and it's not there & never will be.. Watch or listen less to American media and search more for the real truth behind all this injustice.. Which you can find in books or just face it, reality.. I know there are some good Americans out there so stand up and fight it.. We're all the same.. PS. Me personally, I see Christians and Jews as my brothers cuz they believe in the same God as i do and we all follow our religion for the same reason. So i don't hate any religion cuz it's not mine.. I hate the people that don't follow their faith RIGHT..
  • seathanaich 2011/08/22 00:46:04
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    seathanaich
    Letting people read the Koran is one of the best ways for people to figure out how nasty it is. I would encourage people to read it, as one of the best ways to make sure they don't become Muslims.

    As has been said, one of the best ways to turn a person into an atheist is to have them read the Bible. When people read an entire "holy" book, not just the nice bits, they can decide for themselves what it's about without the filters and censorship of priests and imams.
  • Larry 2011/08/21 20:46:42
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    Larry
    Fair is fair.
  • Tom 2011/08/07 00:38:08
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Tom
    +1
    We are a country of all faiths
  • RoryCanadia 2011/08/01 18:15:29
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    RoryCanadia
    I have one answer for all the "North Korea/China/Saudi Arabia/Iran does this, why shouldn't we?" questions.

    You are not getting along with those countries because of the ways they act, the things they do and the people they torture..........how does becoming more like them sound like a good idea at all.

    I hate thieves so I'll steal everything before they can and there won't be any more theives.......except me.
    Highly illogical.
  • reggie 2011/07/31 04:07:08
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    reggie
    It is wrong to ban either one. People should be able to make their choice of religions by their free will, not because a government forced them to believe.
  • l8rthen 2011/07/31 00:44:41
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    l8rthen
    What kind of question is this?
    Why not just say, Should we take away free speech/press since it is taken away elsewhere?
  • Big Bo 2011/07/30 23:36:22
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Big Bo
    +1
    No. However we should stamp out all attempts to infiltrate our Constitutional Law of the land with Sharia Law. Assimilate SOBs assimilate.
  • jams 2011/07/30 22:08:23
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    jams
    Perhaps this question will allow certain Christians to understand the importance of separating church and state.
  • l8rthen jams 2011/07/31 00:48:47
    l8rthen
    How so? Our country's early beginnings had no prob with Christianty, They wanted to stop items like the Church of Eng mandating . I don't see how a fascist idealogy like one that takes away human rights and freedoms has anything to do with what we have.
  • jams l8rthen 2011/07/31 00:59:55
    jams
    Not suggesting that all Christians will understand the importance of separation of church and state. Just maybe when some look at what happens when they are combined and how much is lost, some will.
  • l8rthen jams 2011/07/31 01:17:48
    l8rthen
    Non issue.
    the role that Christianity plays in the US is nothing like the facist idealogy of islamic law.
    If there was, U would have a point. But our constitution does not demand that govt totally exclude relig from it. so what then is there to worry about for US citizens, Christians or otherwise?
    Our constitution does not say in any way that there should be a total separation of church and state, so does that mena that those who want to turn it on it's ear and insist that there should be total sep, are they the ones who should be made aware that their views do not align with the founding of our country?
  • jams l8rthen 2011/07/31 01:31:30
    jams
    The important thing that some might understand is that countries that fail to separate the two lose freedom and lose human rights. Even the Founders suffered from the inability to grant suffrage to its entire population due to religious definititions of the role of women. Even today we suffer from an inability to grant a right to privacy because of religious interference and religious definitions.

    So its very relevant to look at a country like Saudi Arabia to understand the real value and extreme importance of continuing every effort to separate church and state in our own country.
  • l8rthen jams 2011/07/31 03:52:17
    l8rthen
    "Even today we suffer from an inability to grant a right to privacy because of religious interference and religious definitions. "

    What is this loss of privacy U claim religion is causing?
  • Simmeri... jams 2011/07/31 18:49:36 (edited)
    Simmering Frog
    +1
    The concept of separation of church and state was to protect the church from the state not the state from the church. Instead you have communist fronts like the ACLU that use it as a vehicle to reduce the practice of Christianity, a religion you are constitutionally guaranteed not to partake in if it doesn't suit you.
  • jams Simmeri... 2011/07/31 20:26:49
    jams
    That seems odd since the church didn't right the separation but rather the state did.
  • Simmeri... jams 2011/07/31 21:03:40
    Simmering Frog
    Say what?
  • jams Simmeri... 2011/07/31 21:32:31
    jams
    *write
  • Commrade#371 2011/07/30 20:30:57
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Commrade#371
    Saudi Arabia has no seperation of church and state. Thats why the bible is ban. Here in America we seperated religion and politics for a good reason. So that people could worship freely (or not at all as in my case).
  • dick 2011/07/30 19:16:44 (edited)
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    dick
    Absolutely it is the written guide to being a treacherous pervert and the muslim religion needs to be abolished like a bad disease! This crap about turning your back and being a better person is a good way to get killed by Muslim fanatics and no matter what they say the prime directive of mohammed is that if you will not convert you must die. Any body up for that????? killed muslim fanatics prime directive muhamud convert die body muslim fanatics convert or we wll kill you
  • SteveMarine- JLA 2011/07/30 17:44:33
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    SteveMarine- JLA
    +1
    Yeah on this one I must say I agree that it should be banned... As this book is like an instruction manual on how to be evil... It teaches that any one that doesn't folllow this book should be killed and hated... I believe it should be banned every where not just America. It's the book of evil.
  • Pete 2011/07/30 17:09:24 (edited)
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    Pete
    +1
    The koran should be ban in every nation in the world including USA. Koran is a book that teach how to kill, hate and destroy property. It teach how to rape and control people mind. It teach how to lies when thing get their way. It teach how to brainwash kids. It teach how to bring governments down to it knee. It teach how to fight those that are Christian, Jew and other belief denomination. It teach how to manipulate freedom and people live. Koran is a literature design to made believe that it is God words when it's not. Burn all koran book and literature and the world will live in peace. Otherwise, we will have wars and chaos to the end of the world...........................
    Peace be with you
  • Commrad... Pete 2011/07/30 20:33:34
    Commrade#371
    And how is ANY other religios book ANY different?
  • Keith 2011/07/30 15:40:30
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    Keith
    +1
    Don`t forget the muslim president too !
  • bob 2011/07/30 15:09:36
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    bob
    however, it can be useful to use so as to educate our country of what the enemy is planning on doing, islam is a disease in this world, it should be stomped on hard
    eventually is will go away, but will cause so much grief in the mean time
  • Moose 2011/07/30 15:00:03
  • Thomas Rea: Gay Christian A... 2011/07/30 13:51:04
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Thomas Rea: Gay Christian Advocate
    +2
    If the ban happens it will goes against the 1st Amendment.
  • l8rthen Thomas ... 2011/07/31 00:49:54
    l8rthen
    +1
    Nice apt commenting. Rather easy to see, isn't it?
  • Thomas ... l8rthen 2011/07/31 00:53:10
    Thomas Rea: Gay Christian Advocate
    +1
    People are going by there gut than by the law.
  • l8rthen Thomas ... 2011/07/31 00:57:49
    l8rthen
    +1
    Yep. We have have the rule of law or we don't. It's really just that simple.
  • JCD aka "biz" 2011/07/30 11:49:28
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    JCD aka "biz"
    Lebanon would have a problem. According to their Constitution, the president of the Republic of Lebanon must be a Crhristian Maronite, the Prime Minister is a Sunni Moslem, and the Speaker of the House a Shia Moslem. Should they ban both the Bible and the Koran?
  • Liberte 2011/07/30 11:22:27
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    Liberte
    +1
    I do remember this one thing from government class..oh yeah separation of church from state. Oh and that whole freedom of religion thing.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2011/07/30 10:13:56
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    Just.... YES.
  • my2cents 2011/07/30 09:54:43
    No, don't ban the Koran.
    my2cents
    +2
    The U.S. is not a theocracy like Saudi Arabia is. People in the U.S. can worship however they want.
  • ed 2011/07/30 09:52:27
    Yes, ban the Koran.
    ed
    +4
    yes and we should ban every muslim as well from AMERICA
  • Thomas ... ed 2011/07/30 13:51:56
    Thomas Rea: Gay Christian Advocate
    +1
    and every Christian too.

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