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Ideas of Mohammed, by Text

[Arabian, 570 - 632, Born at Mecca. Taught by Abu Talib. Prophet, and founder of Islam. Died at Medina.]

622 The Koran
Ch.2 p.352 There shall be no compulsion in religion
Ch.3 p.397 Unbelievers try to interpret the ambiguous parts of the Koran, simply to create dissension
Ch.4 p.363 Unbelievers will have their skin repeatedly burned off in hell
Ch.4 p.367 He that kills a believer by design shall burn in Hell for ever
Ch.5 p.380 Killing a human, except as just punishment, is like killing all mankind
Ch.5 p.381 Punish theft in men or women by cutting off their hands
Ch.8 p.309 Make war on the unbelievers until Allah's religion reigns supreme
Ch.8 p.311 You may break off a treaty if you fear treachery from your ally
Ch.10 p.63 The unbelievers shall drink boiling water
Ch.10 p.67 The Koran is certainly composed by Allah; no one could compose a chapter like it
Ch.10 p.69 Allah cannot have begotten a son, as He is self-sufficient
Ch.25 p.209 Do not kill except for a just cause
Ch.27 p.86 True believers see that Allah made the night for rest and the day to give light
Ch.30 p.190 Do not split into sects, exulting in separate beliefs
Ch.33 p.286 Allah rewards those who are devout, sincere, patient, humble, charitable, chaste, and who fast
Ch.41 p.158 Repay evil with good and your enemies will become friends (though this is hard)
Ch.42 p.154 Those who avenge themselves when wronged incur no guilt
Ch.51 p.119 I created mankind that it might worship Me
Ch.52 p.115 The righteous shall dwell on couches in gardens, wedded to dark-eyed houris
Ch.55 p.20 Heaven will be reclining on couches, eating fruit, attended by virgins
Ch.73 p.59 Be patient with unbelievers, and leave them to the judgement of Allah
Ch.74 p.56 Instead of prayer and charity, sinners pursue vain disputes and want their own personal scripture
Exord p.15 Allah is lord of creation, compassionate, merciful, king of judgement-day