The book proves the absurdity of the Koranand the prophetship of Mohammed. Itsubstantiates that the Koran is saturated with illogical and mendacious absurdities that cannot be believed. The goal of Mohammed was togain power by pretending prophethood. He founded Islam by the dint of sword and prompted the nomads of Arabia to Islam by plundering the properties of those who rejected Islam. Thus, Islam is founded on the bases of terrorism and bloodshed. No one can disbelieve that Allah - the God of Islam - represents himself as a deceitful entity, an avenger, subduer, tyrant, killer, and so on. The verses of the Koran openly encourage Islamic followers to mercilessly kill non-Muslims. Allah also disavows pacifists, but promises to help those who fight in his name. Non-Muslims are unclean and should not be loved. Muslims who befriend infidels can no longer be considered Muslims. Opponents of Allah and His Apostle should be mutilated, executed, and crucified. Mohammed said, "Paradise is under the shadow of swords." Mohammed ordered his opponents to be murdered inhumanly. Allah permitted Mohammed to commit any crime against his opponents. In brief, the Koran is actually a manual for terrorism and Hadithis the terroritmanifesto of Islam.
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Masud Ansari, B.A., M.A., Ph. D., D.C.H., F.C.H., holds a B.A. in law, an M.A. in International Relations from the University of London, and three doctorate degrees, two in political science, one from the Tehran University, the Second from the George Washington University, and the third in hypnotherapy from the American Pacific University. He is the author and translator of 33 books on Psychology, law, political science, philosophy, theology and hypnotherapy - in addition to two works of fiction. One of his books, Nationalism, won critical acclaim in 1968. The outcome of his teaching and research in the London University, American University of Beirut, UNAFI (Japan), and Iranian and American Universities has been: Phi Beta Kappa and three President awards - one from the National Guild of Hypnotists (1991) and two from the Eastern Institute of Hypnotherapy (1995).
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