Question: The Qur'an specifically forbids freedom of religion, demands a state religion, and advocates the violent overthrow of all non-Muslim governments, which includes the United States. Then how can President Bush praise [it] as the Word of God...? | thebereancall.org

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Question: The Qur'an specifically forbids freedom of religion, demands a state religion, and advocates the violent overthrow of all non-Muslim governments, which includes the United States. Then how can President Bush praise the Qur'an as the Word of God and boast of adding it to the White House library?

Response: That is a logical question that every citizen ought to ask the President. He carries "political correctness" much too far! Millions of Americans ought to inundate the White House with complaints. He thinks he is pacifying the Muslims. In fact, he is only encouraging them to believe that no matter how much terrorism they effect, the United States will continue to blame it all on "fanatics" and "extremists" and continue in its delusion that "Islam is peace." Muslims see this as a sign of weakness to be exploited.

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